June 28th, 2012

June 28th, 2012 by Sherri

Along the west side of the HUB snack bar are four Korean Stewartias {S. koreana} that are blooming with 3″ white flowers with a yellow center. The foliage is a nice rich green all summer and turns orange each fall. As this tree ages the bark takes on a very nice mottled appearance. A very nice four season plant which flowers late June into July, a time when few other trees are flowering.

Korean Stewartias {S. koreana}Korean Stewartias {S. koreana}

Korean Stewartias {S. koreana}Korean Stewartias {S. koreana}

 

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