Most of the United States holds a holiday, called Arbor day, for the planting of new trees, a legal holiday in some states. States celebrate this holiday during April to May. However, Arbor Day is a relatively unknown holiday.

People have planted trees to artistically beautify the landscape, to celebrate a newborn child, to mark the finish of a new house, and to signify religious ceremonies.

This picture shows delicate white tree flowers.

Arbor Day was created as a holiday in Nebraska on April 22, 1872 after a newspaper publisher promoted the value of trees to conserve soil. This holiday of art spread the lasting value of tree planting to other states.

Holiday Inspired Art

Hello! in 2013

Celebrating The Holidays:
Art Celebrates The Holidays

History of Art:
Oil Painting

Photography Zones
Gettysburg Address

The New Year
Mother In Law Day
Valentine's Day
St Patrick's Day
Arbor Day
Memorial Day
Flag Day
Independence Day
Christmas Holiday

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