May 25th, 2012

May 25th, 2012 by Sherri

Along the north side of the HUB snackbar is a group of ‘Carol Mackie’ Daphne {D. x burkwoodi ‘Carol Mackie’} about to flower. These plants have very fragrant pink flowers that lighten to white as they mature and the foliage is very attractive with cream colored leaf margins. Separating the parking lots off Court Street are several Amur Chokecherries {Prunus maackii} that have white flowers in 3″ racemes. The bark on these fast growing trees is very attractive and makes them interesting in four Seasons.

 

 'Carol Mackie' Daphne {D. x burkwoodi 'Carol Mackie'}'Carol Mackie' Daphne {D. x burkwoodi 'Carol Mackie'}Amur Chokecherries {Prunus maackii}Amur Chokecherries {Prunus maackii}

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