July 27, 2011

July 27th, 2011 by dperrin

Behind the northwest corner of Prospect Hall is a group of Bottlebrush Buckeyes {Aesculus parviflora} with flower spikes 18″ and longer held high above the rich green foliage with 5 to 7 leaflets. The flowers open from bottom to top and are still not fully open. There are three plantings on Highland St, though the group at Prospect Hall is the most floriferous this year.

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