Bed 531 contains: Pinus thunbergii ‘Kotobuki’ Syringa vulgaris
The Hemlock Bed was instilled in 20XX by Friends of Bush Gardens as part of improvement made to the Rose Garden. It was sited to block the view of Mission Street traffic from the gazebo. It contained the following plants: Rosa glauca Weeping Canadian Hemlock (Tsuga canadensis ‘Pendula’) Tree Peony (likely Peonia suffruticosa), Unknown cultivar Duetzia…
(also contains abelias, Miscanthus, cotoneaster[?])—remove seedling Cotoneaster, Miscanthus, and Iris foetidissima and add pomegranate, 12-16’ flowering tree, Rosa glauca, and barberry.
(deciduous azalea present)
(remove bird cherry, crabapple seedling, etc.) – add Kolkwitzia/lilac – ‘Ivory . . .’/ Deutzia, Viburnum. . .
This bed contains: Abelia x grandiflora Cornus sp. Cedrus sp.
(also contains cherry tree, ferns)
(also contains deciduous magnolia, cherry, deciduous azaleas)—add two globular Cryptomeria, sword fern.