May 17, 2010

May 17th, 2010 by Bridget

On the south side of Speare Hall is our oldest Korean Mountain Ash {Sorbus alnifolia} in full bloom with clusters of white flowers.  This tree was moved to its present site to make way for the redesign of the green space between the HUB and Speare Hall.  The flowers are followed by very showy coral colored fruit that remains on the tree well into winter.  Along the sidewalk in front of the Hogan House is a bed of two Exbury Azaleas {Rhododendron x ‘Exbury’}, the reddish-orange flowered plant is ‘Gibraltar’ and the yellow flowered plant is ‘Percil’.

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