Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens

Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens serves as a public open-air recreational, educational, and environmental model for the appreciation and stewardship of nature.

Every year visitors stroll the 1.2 miles of woodland paths in the Arboretum and leave with inspiration for their own gardens. People often feel humbled by the strength and beauty of nature here. Spirits are renewed and sustained by the tranquility offered in this botanical sanctuary.

Spring is the peak season at Jenkins due in large part to an impressive collection of rhododendrons
and azaleas. The Arboretum maintains a collection of over 5000 accessioned rhododendrons, azaleas and hybrids from around the world. There are also several natives including the rosebay rhododendron and pinxter bloom, flame, and sweet azaleas. The blooming season is long starting in late March with purple Rhododendron dauricum and pink Korean azalea.

Jenkins also includes a Bog Garden, Woodland Garden and many noteworthy specimens native to Pennsylvania.

The grounds at Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens are open to the public 365 days a year from 8:00 am to sunset.

John J. Willaman Education Center: Daily, from 9 am – 4 pm, except on major holidays.

Admission is free.

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Jenkins Arboretum & Gardens
631 Berwyn Baptist Road
Devon, PA 19333
For more information, call: (610) 647-8870, or visit