This bed contains: Styrax odoratissimus Taxus ssp. Camellia sasanqua Camellia japonica Acer palmatum var. dissectum ‘Crimson Queen’ Arbutus unedo Evergreen azaleas Enkianthus campanulatus Skimmia japonica Hydrangea macrophyllum Euonymous Mahonia aquifolium Aucuba japonica Pieris japonica Choisya ternata Boxus sempervirens Pyracantha coccinea Wisteria sinensis Daphne nudiflorum Akebia quintata Iris siberica Vinca Helleborus orientalis Rudbeckia fulgida var. sullivantii ‘Goldsturm’…
The porte-cochere landscape bed was installed after the Bush House and property became a City park. Roughly one-third of the bed consists of annual plantings, often tulips in the spring followed by a second planting of later annuals, while the remaining two-thirds consists of trees and shrubs, including: Betula pendula Camellia sasanqua Camellia japonica Euonymus japonicus…
This bed contains a changing selection of spring tulips and summer annuals, as well as 2 Pyrus calleryana ‘Chanticleer‘ trees.
(contains S. humilis, Mahonia, and annuals)
(also contains Cherry tree, viburnum, deciduous azalea, unknown shrub, unknown deciduous tree)
(also incudes Spirea thunbergii, Hazelnut cultivar, Philadephus cultivar, hosta cultivars, Heptacodium micenoides, Cornus mas, Philadelphus cultivar)
Trident maple (Acer buergeranum) Baby’s Breath Spirea (Spirea thunbergii) Barrenwort (Epimedium), Unknown species or cultivar