July 20, 2010

July 20th, 2010 by Bridget

On the south side of Hall [dorm] Hall on Highland St. is a bed with several Bottlebrush Buckeyes along the back.  These are starting to bloom with spikes of white flowers that have been tall as 18″.  This shrub has deep green foliage and it turns a nice yellow in the fall.  Considered one of the finest lawn shrubs to be planted in the high shade of mature deciduous trees.

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