Nancy Rutchik Red Maple Rill
Perhaps the most impressive feature of this two-acre garden is a fabulous collection of over 80 varieties of signature Japanese Maples planted along the stream.
A Walk through the Garden
Walking, taking great selfies, enjoying the view. This garden is best experience with a slow walk to take in all the colors and the sounds of the stream.
This premier addition to the Arboretum was designed by Rowland Jackson of Newman, Jackson, Bieberstein, with construction services provided by The Beck Group. Key design elements of the Nancy Rutchik Red Maple Rill include a new entry off the Paseo de Flores and a large gathering plaza that overlooks a re-circulating creek and numerous waterfalls. Opened in fall 2011, this charming area also includes a series of paved walkways and a stone bridge connecting the Martin Rutchik Concert Stage to the Magnolia Allee. An especially large weeping Japanese maple, nearly 100 years old, anchors the center of the garden.
It is between the Cafe on the Green to the south and the Camp House (which has vending machines) to the north.
This garden is accessed via the Paseo de Flores, and also connects to the Camp House lawn.