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April Highlights

  • Amelanchier laevis - Allegheny Serviceberry
  • Bergenia cordifolia - Bergenia
  • Cladrastis lutea - Yellowwood
  • Corylopsis glabrescens - Fragrant Winterhazel
  • Corylopsis pauciflora - Buttercup Winterhazel
  • Daphne odora ‘Aureomarginata’ - Daphne
  • Erithronium - Dog-Toothed Violet
  • Helleborus orientalis - Lenten Rose
  • Hyacinthoides hispanica - Spanish Bluebells
  • Magnolia soulangiana - Saucer Magnolia
  • Magnolia stellata - Star Magnolia
  • Mahonia aquifolium - Oregon Grape
  • Narcissus - Daffodil 
  • Phlox stolonifera, P. subulata - Creeping Phlox
  • Prunus ‘Holly Jolivette’ - Flowering Cherry
  • Prunus ‘Okame’ - Okame Cherry
  • Pseudocydonia sinensis - Chinese Quince
  • Pulmonaria - Lungwort
  • Ranunculus ficaria - Lesser Celandine
  • Rhododendron ‘PJM’
  • Rhododendron mucronulatum - Korean Rhododendron
  • Sarcococca hookeriana - Sweetbox
  • Viola x wittrockiana - Pansy
  • Trillium grandiflora - Trillium

 

 

Photos: Amy Chiu, H. David Stein, Shari Romar


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