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|Cost:||Total Budget $1500000|
|Other Size Measure:||2-acre xeric garden
74 acres of turf
14 acres of woody ornamentals
4 acres of display beds
|Description:||The UNLV arboretum in was designated in 1985 by the Nevada Legislature, UNLV’s trees, shrubs, and herbaceous plants are cultivated for scientific and educational purposes.
The University grounds are at times refered to as an "Emerald in the Desert"
Contaions more thatn 70 sepcies of plants
|Extra Note:||University of Nevada, Las Vegas. Landscape Management. June 2005 :58-59.
Also Online. http://www.pestcontrolmag.com/landscape/article/articleDetail.jsp?id=168237&searchString=University%20of%20nevada%20las%20vegas
Last Acessed on October 5, 2006.
Waddell, Deana. "Green Acres." Inside UNLV. September 2008: 12.
|Spatially Direct Parent:||University of Nevada, Las Vegas|
|Spatially Largest Parent:||University of Nevada, Las Vegas|
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