Plants of the Week – January 31

Plants of the Week – January 31

Hamamelis vernalis bloom JWCHamamelis vernalis, blooming in front of Sharples Dining Hall, is a native, multi-stem, dense, rounded shrub noted for exceptional hardiness. photo credit: J. Coceano

Acer rufinerve (4) JWCAcer rufinerve, planted beside the Lang Performing Arts Center, is a small maple, up to 35’ tall, for a partially shaded area. photo credit: J. Coceano

Xanthocyparis nootkatensis 'Pendula' JWCXanthocyparis nootkatensis ‘ Pendula’, found in the Pinetum, is an ideal specimen evergreen for adding year round structure with its pendulous branches. photo credit: J. Coceano

Sedum japonica 'Gold Dots' JWCSedum japonica ‘Gold Dots’ is great in xeric containers with its tiny, yellow, succulent leaves and tight mound form. This plant will be available at the Unusual Tropicals and Annuals Plant Sale on May 21 to 22. photo credit: J. Coceano

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