Plants of the Week – January 3

Plants of the Week – January 3

Aronia arbutifolia 'Brilliantissima' JWCA multi-season deciduous shrub, Aronia arbutifolia ‘Brilliantissima’, grown near Cornell Science and Engineering Library, dark green leaves give way to scarlet red fall color and abundant flowers lead to glossy red fruit. photo credit: J. Coceano

Pachysandra procumbens (3) JWCPachysandra procumbens, common name Alleghany pachysandra,  can be found along BioSteam and is a native of the mid and southeastern US. photo credit: J. Coceano

Pinus wallichiana JWCFound the Pinetum off the Faulkner tennis courts, Pinus wallichiana is the ideal specimen tree for large areas. It creates a graceful effect with drooping needles that fashion a feather-like appearance. photo credit: J. Coceano

Betula nigra [Dura-Heat (R)] (2) JWCBetula nigra Dura-Heat ® planted in the Winter Garden has striking exfoliating bark and is considered the most trouble-free birch. photo credit: J. Coceano

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