Plant of the Week – November 1
Posted November 01, 2010 08:15h in Plant of the Week 1 Comment
Chrysanthemum x ‘Single Apricot Korean’, found in the Scott Entrance Garden, blooms with a bright apricot to pink flowers bloom in October. photo credit: J. Coceano
Looking good in the Terry Shane Teaching, Skimmia japonica is a slow growing evergreen shrub with cream white flowers in mid to late spring and bright red to black fruits that persist through the winter. photo credit: J. Coceano
An evergreen shrub with fall blooming pink flowers, Camellia (Ackerman seedling 80-276) is putting on a show in the Terry Shane Teaching Garden. photo credit: J. Coceano
Scott Entrance Garden has great fall color from Fothergilla gardenii, a native deciduous shrub. photo credit: J. Coceano
Aubree CheriePosted at 21:01h, 01 November
Lovely photos! I love Fothergilla too. It’s one of my favorites; especially in autumn!