July 14, 2011

July 14th, 2011 by dperrin

In front of  Facilities Services are three Plumleaf Azaleas {Rhododendron prunifolia} coming into bloom with reddish flowers. This late blooming Azalea is often used  in breeding efforts to lengthen the  blooming season of many different Rhodoendron species. On the west side of the Silver Center is a group od three Sourwood trees {Oxydendron arboreum} that have cream colored flower panicles in a most graceful pendulous habit.The buds are just beginning to open and as the plant sets seed the shape remains similar for several months of this pleasing effect.The fall color on these trees is a deep red that is exceptional.

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