HORT217 Hort Park

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HORT217 Hort Park
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2011-11-01 20:45:13
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HORT 217 Plants at Hort Park
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  1. Turkish Filbert
    Corylus colurna

    • Betulaceae
    • 4 Eur & W Asia
    • Male Catkins
  2. Persian Parrotia
    Parrotia Persica

    • Hammamelidaceae
    • 5 Iran
    • leaves emerge red, apetelous flowers
  3. Seven-sons Flower
    Heptacodium miconioides

    • Caprifoliaceae
    • 5 China
    • taco leaves
    • flowers open late
  4. Carolina Silverbell
    Halesia tetraptera

    • Styracaceae
    • 4 SW US
    • pendulous wh bell shaped flowers clusters of 5
    • brown winged fruits
  5. Lantanaphyllum Viburnum
    Viburnum x rhytidophylloides

    • Adoxaceae
    • 5
  6. Sweetbay Magnolia
    Magnolia virginiana

    • Magnoliaceae
    • 5 E NA
    • silver bottom leaf
  7. Castor Aralia
    Kalopanax septemlobus

    • Araliaceae
    • 4 E Japan
    • prickles, wh flower, black fruit
  8. Devil's Walkingstick
    Aralia spinosa

    • Araliaceae
    • 4 E US
    • thorns everywhere
  9. Dawn Redwood
    Metasequoia glyptostroboides

    • Cupressaceae
    • 4 E Szechuan China
    • armpit structure
  10. Japanese White Pine
    Pinus parvifolia

    • Pinaceae
    • 4 Japan
    • 'Glauca'
  11. Sawara Falsecypress
    Chamaecyparis pisifera

    • Cupressaceae
    • 5 Japan
    • pea sized cones
    • retains dead branches
  12. Cucumbertree Magnolia
    Magnolia acuminata

    • Magnoliaceae
    • 4 E US
    • June green yellow flowers
  13. Yellow Birch
    Betula alleghaniensis

    • Betulaceae
    • 3 E NA
    • wintergreen smell
  14. European Larch
    Larix decidua

    • Pinaceae
    • 3 NE & C EUR
    • rich yellow fall color
  15. Silky Dogwood
    Cornus amomum

    • Cornaceae
    • 3 E NA
    • red fall & blue berries
  16. Golden Larch
    Pseudolarix amabilis

    • Pinaceae
    • 4 E China
    • spurs w 15 to 20 needles per
  17. Savin Juniper
    Juniperus sabina

    • Cupressaceae
    • 3 SW Europe to Siberia
    • blue berries
  18. Giant Arborvitae
    Thuja plicata

    • Cupressaceae
    • 3 SW Eur
    • Dull arb
  19. Oriental Arborvitae
    Platycladus orientalis

    • Cupressaceae
    • 5 Korea, N China
    • lacks visible waxy coating, brighter green
  20. Limber Pine
    Pinus flexilis

    • Pinaceae
    • 4 W NA
    • flexible stems
  21. Southern Catalpa
    Catalpa bignonioides

    • Bignoniaceae
    • 5 SW US
    • Purplish spring leaves
  22. Scarlet Oak
    Quercus coccinea

    • Fagaceae
    • 4 MW US
    • one of last trees to change color in fall

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