Photo gallery: Springtime at the OPPD Arboretum

Now that spring has sprung, there’s no better place to see it in full bloom than the OPPD Arboretum at 108th and Blondo streets. The arboretum is a 26-acre site filled with examples of trees and shrubs that are best planted around overhead and underground power lines. Visitors can also learn where to plant them and how landscaping is an important part of energy conservation.

As you can see from this photo gallery, the arboretum’s trees and shrubs are putting on quite a show right now, with blooms ranging from bright green to showy pink. So grab your camera, the kids, or the dog and take a stroll along the paths of the OPPD Arboretum. If you do, show off your photography skills by sending your pictures here. We’ll publish them on the Storm & Outage Center.

Laura King-Homan

About Laura King-Homan

Laura King-Homan is a contributor to the Storm & Outage Center and a communications specialist at OPPD. She has nearly 20 years of print journalism and design experience, which lets her tell the stories of OPPD and its employees both graphically and through her writing.

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