Mount Auburn’s landscape is composed of a diverse array of plants and trees that come into bloom at different times and in different seasons. What’s in Bloom: Week of November 4, 2019 Japanese anemone, Anemone hupehensis, several locations Aster, Aster … Continue reading
Ornithologists have long recognized Mount Auburn as one of metropolitan Boston’s most important bird refuges. Its 175 acres of green space and rich vegetation are crucial resources amid recent urbanization trends. A 2019 study from the Cornell Lab of Ornithology … Continue reading
To date there have been over 50 issues of Sweet Auburn, since 1986. It was called a newsletter from 1986-2006 and became a magazine in the fall of 2007. Click the links below to re-visit some of our fantastic issues!
Mount Auburn Cemetery’s Council of Visitors is comprised of Cemetery friends, leaders in horticulture, historic preservation, educational programming, landscape enhancement, and community leaders who support the Cemetery in accomplishing its mission and maintaining the highest standards of excellence. Learn more … Continue reading