Eric E. Conn Acacia Grove

Eric E. Conn Acacia Grove

Eric E. Conn Acacia Grove

Acacia Grove Exhibits

Acacia GroveStudents, faculty and volunteer community members develop the content for every permanent exhibit in the UC Davis Arboretum and Public Garden using an in-depth interpretive signage creation process. 

DOWNLOAD a .pdf of all the Acacia Grove exhibit signs

The Eric E. Conn Acacia Grove displays over 50 species of acacias from Australia, Africa, and the Americas. In early spring, visitors can walk through clouds of fragrant yellow blossoms amid meadows of native California bunchgrasses. We are testing these attractive heat- and drought-tolerant plants, which range from prostrate, low-growing species to tall shade trees, for use in Central Valley gardens. The grove is named for Dr. Eric E. Conn, professor emeritus of biochemistry at UC Davis and an internationally-recognized expert on acacias.

Find it and nearby parking on the campus map.

 

Land acknowledgement statement

Photos from the Eric E. Conn Acacia Grove

March 2017 Tour of Acacia Grove with Dr. Eric E. Conn

 

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