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  • Summer - Seasonal Gallery - Scott Arboretum
    Terry Shane Teaching Garden make this seat extra cozy From left A shady summer stroll down Magill Walk a tropical escape in the annual border of the Terry Shane Teaching Garden experience lilies throughout the grounds From left The summer blooms of Clematis Picadilly in the Cosby Courtyard oakleaf hydrangea Hydrangea quercifolia emerging through the arch of the Terry Shane Teaching Garden Arum italicum summer berries under the Metasequoia Allee

    Original URL path: http://www.scottarboretum.org/seasons/summer/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Spring - Seasonal Gallery - Scott Arboretum
    Falls blooming along the fence a tranquil seat in the Crum Woods From left Scilla mischtschenkoana greeting spring in the Sibbett Garden daffodils lighting up Magill Walk From left Scilla siberica under the magnolias at the Scott Arboretum a view of spring through a Japanese maple From left Winter aconite Eranthis hyemalis popping up for spring at the entrance of the Rhododendron Collection visions of spring abound along Parrish Hall

    Original URL path: http://www.scottarboretum.org/seasons/spring/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Winter - Seasonal Gallery - Scott Arboretum
    give us a view into the Pinetum From left Ilex verticillata Winter Gold snow covered berries Chimonanthus praecox var luteus blooming in the Winter Garden winter containers highlight the entrance to the Winter Garden winter berries of Ilex verticillata Winter Red look vibrant against the Cryptomeria japonica Yoshino Photo from left This bench is awaiting spring in the Rhododendron Collection Coating of snow in the Scott Outdoor Amphitheater Back to

    Original URL path: http://www.scottarboretum.org/seasons/winter/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Conifers - Collection Tour - Scott Arboretum
    the six genera of deciduous conifers Areas highlighting conifers include the extensive Pinetum the Metasequoia Alleé and the Juniperus virginiana Emerald Sentinel hardy plant containers in front of Pearson Pictured below are Cedrus deodara Roman Gold on the left Pinus densiflora Umbraculifera in the center and Sciadopitys verticillata on the right previous tour location next tour location Collection Tour Navigation Conifers Crabapples Daffodils Dogwoods Flowering Cherries Historic Trees Hollies Hydrangeas

    Original URL path: http://www.scottarboretum.org/collectiontour/conifers/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Crabapples - Collection Tour - Scott Arboretum
    delicate blooms range from white to deep pink completely covering the trees during spring By autumn the plants drip with colorful fruits that serve as food for birds and other wildlife Pictured below Malus Goldfinch previous tour location next tour location Collection Tour Navigation Conifers Crabapples Daffodils Dogwoods Flowering Cherries Historic Trees Hollies Hydrangeas Lilacs Magnolias Maples Native Azaleas Quinces Rhododendrons Roses Tree Peonies Viburnums Vines Winterhazels Witchhazels Map symbols

    Original URL path: http://www.scottarboretum.org/collectiontour/crabapples/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Daffodils - Collection Tour - Scott Arboretum
    and sizes of Narcissus is well represented and new cultivars are continually added Look for masses of daffodils around Sharples along Magill Walk and in the Wister Garden previous tour location next tour location Collection Tour Navigation Conifers Crabapples Daffodils Dogwoods Flowering Cherries Historic Trees Hollies Hydrangeas Lilacs Magnolias Maples Native Azaleas Quinces Rhododendrons Roses Tree Peonies Viburnums Vines Winterhazels Witchhazels Map symbols Collection location marker Back to top About

    Original URL path: http://www.scottarboretum.org/collectiontour/daffodils/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Dogwoods - Collection Tour - Scott Arboretum
    the Rutgers hybrids These trees light up the Arboretum with white and pink flowers during the spring In addition a variety of shrubby dogwoods enliven the campus during winter with their brilliant yellow orange and red stems previous tour location next tour location Collection Tour Navigation Conifers Crabapples Daffodils Dogwoods Flowering Cherries Historic Trees Hollies Hydrangeas Lilacs Magnolias Maples Native Azaleas Quinces Rhododendrons Roses Tree Peonies Viburnums Vines Winterhazels Witchhazels

    Original URL path: http://www.scottarboretum.org/collectiontour/dogwoods/ (2016-02-11)
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  • Flowering Cherries - Collection Tour - Scott Arboretum
    years and now contains almost 70 varieties it also includes the Suzanne Schmidt Memorial Garden Prunus subhirtella Scott Early is the first to flower in the spring the trees that soon follow keep the border full of flowers for well over a month It is an ideal place to compare blooms growth habit and sizes of different cherry varieties Pictured below Prunus x yedoensis Prunus Dreamcatcher previous tour location next

    Original URL path: http://www.scottarboretum.org/collectiontour/flowering-cherries/ (2016-02-11)
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