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Plantations is a place where time is kept not by the ticking of watches and clocks, but rather by the blooms and fruits of growing things. It is a place that people are drawn to; where they linger to wonder and learn.

Cornell Plantations includes Fall Creek Gorge to the north and Cascadilla Gorge to the south, which surround Cornell's campus with corridors of green. Plantations headquarters is a short stroll from Beebe Lake. Here you can find many different theme gardens, which include the Robinson York State Herb Garden, a riot of color and scents and the centerpiece of the Plantations.

The Plantations includes the Botanical Garden, F. R. Newman Arboretum, and a many Natural Areas.

Visit the Plantations Home Page at http://www.cornellplantations.org.

 
 
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