April 11th, 2012

April 11th, 2012 by Sherri

In front of Prospect Hall there are several Daffodils {Narcissus sp.} coming into bloom. The yellow varieties are ‘King Alfred’, first introduced in 1899 and still one of the most popular yellow varieties. Also in in front of Prospect Hall are four ‘Golden Glory’ Cornelliancherry Dogwoods {Cornus mas ‘Golden Glory’} that have countless yellow flowers along the stems of this small tree.

 

 

Cornelliancherry Dogwoods {Cornus mas 'Golden Glory'}

Daffodils {Narcissus sp.} 'King Alfred'Cornelliancherry Dogwoods {Cornus mas 'Golden Glory'}Daffodils {Narcissus sp.} 'King Alfred'

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