Trees and shrubs on the grounds of the Blackstone Library

  1. Magnolia x loebneri  ‘Leonard Messell’
  2. Red Buckeye | Aesculus pavia
  3. Bradford Pear | Pyrus calleryana
  4. Crab Apple | Malus floribunda
  5. Katsura Tree | Cercidiphyllum japonicum
  6. Magnolia x loebneri ‘Merrill’
  7. Seven Sons | Heptacodium miconioides
  8. Spanish Scilla Blue Bells | Hyacinthoides
  9. Kousa Dogwood | Cornus kousa ‘Rosabella’ syn. ‘Satomi’
  10. Hibiscus | Hibiscus x ‘Lohengrin’
  11. Dawn Redwood | Metasequoia glyptostroboides
  12. Hardy Orange | Poncirus trifoliatus
  13. Native Evergreen Holly | Ilex opaca ‘female form’
  14. Evergreen Magnolia | Magnolia grandiflora ‘Edith Bogue’
  15. Magnolia ‘Elizabeth’
  16. Japanese Maples | Acer palmatum
  17. Fastigiate European Beech | Fagus sylvatica ‘Dawyck’
  18. Silver Linden Tree | Tilia tomentosa ‘Sterling’
  19. Chinese Witch Hazel | Hamamelis mollis hyb.
  20. Empress Tree | Paulonia tomentosa
  21. American Sycamore | Platanus occidentalis
  22. Sugar Maple | Acer saccharum
  23. White Pine | Pinus strobus
  24. Japanese Maple | Acer palmatum
  25. American Elm | Ulmus americana
  26. Alaska Cedar | Chamaecyparis nootkatensis ‘Pendula’
  27. Magnolia ‘Vulcan’
  28. Pink Yellowwood | Cladrastis kentukea ‘Perkins’ Pink’
  29. American Holly | Ilex opaca ‘male form’
  30. Narcissus ‘King Alfred Improved’
  31. Black Cherry | Prunus serotina
  32. ‘Summer Chocolate’ Mimosa | Albizia julibrissin

 Trees and shrubs layout

Compiled by: Nickolas Nickou, M.D., Curator