he Morton Arboretum, in Lisle, Illinois, covers 1,700 acres (6.9 Square kilometers) and is made up of gardens of various plant types and collections of trees from specific taxonomical and geographical areas. It includes some native woodland forest preserves and a restored Illinois prairie. The Arboretum has over 4,000 different species of trees, shrubs and other woody plants from around the globe. In all, there are over 185,000 cataloged plants. The Arboretum has 14 miles of hiking trails and nine miles of roadways. The Arboretum features a four-acre interactive "Children's Garden" and a one-acre "Maze Garden." Other special landscaped areas include the Fragrance Garden, Ground Cover Garden and Hedge Garden. The Schulenberg Prairie is one of the largest restored prairies in the Chicago suburban area. The Arboretum offers a year-round education program for children and adults in several areas including Horticulture, Natural History, Botanical Art, Nature Photography and Ornithology.