July 25th, 2012

July 25th, 2012 by Sherri

In front of the Bagley House on Highland St., below the Korean Mountain Ash is a group of Bottlebrush Buckeye {Aesculus parviflora} in bloom with white flower spikes well over a foot tall. Rich green Horsechestnut foliage and a spreading habit make this one of the best summer flowering shrubs. We also have plantings on the east side of Academic Commons and on the west side of Prospect Hall.

Korean Mountain AshKorean Mountain Ash

Bottlebrush Buckeye {Aesculus parviflora}Bottlebrush Buckeye {Aesculus parviflora}

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