Trees of the Garden
Trees of the Garden
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The Mexican 800-pound fan palms (Washingtonia robusta) on display in the 2013 Desert Show were brought to the Garden from California. These palms are endemic to the Southwest area of the United States and Northern Mexico.
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A beautiful, tree-lined path by our Tower Grove House
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Yellow Groove Bamboo (Phyllostachys Aureosulcata) in the Garden. Did you know that the Missouri Botanical Garden will donate bamboo to the St. Louis Zoo?
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Horse Chesnut tree (Aesculus Hippocastanum) in beautiful bloom!
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Horse Chesnut tree (Aesculus Hippocastanum) - used in 19th century America as an opium substitute.
Sweetbay Magnolia (Magnolia Virginiana) in the Garden this summer!
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Very helpful in choosing plants for landscaping More Gardens Ideas, Choo Plants, Landscape Plants, Green Thumb, Front Yard, Shrub, Trees Guide, Landscape Ideas, Gardens Plants Chart showing relative sizes of many garden plants Revit RPC Tree and shrub Guide- landscaping idea Landscaping shrub and tree guide. Guide to trees and shrubs - Handy list of names and pictures of common landscaping plants Very helpful in choosing plants for landscaping... if i ever get a green thumb! ha. Revit RPC Tree Guide // Great Gardens Ideas // Tackling the front yard this year, starting to research what to plant and where. Check more at http://blog.blackboxs.ru/category/garden/
Landscaping trees and shrubs.
Front yard landscaping
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A breath-taking Weeping Cherry tree- March 29, 2010 by Missouri Botanical Garden, via Flickr
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Cherry Blossom Time - March through early April at the Missouri Botanical Garden
At peak bloom, our Magnolia walk can really take your breath away.
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Magnolia's are the official flower of my alma mater. Some day I would love to have a few of these trees in my yard.
Beautiful flowering trees in spring.
Magnolias at MOBOT...so lovely!
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Golden larch (Pseudolarix amabilis) - A feature of the 1904 World's Fair in St. Louis, this tree was long forgotten until 1953 when a woman wore a sprig of golden larch in her corsage to a social event @ the Missouri Botanical Garden
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White basswood (Tilia heterophylla) at the Missouri Botanical Garden - This is a "Champion Tree," designated as one of the largest in the state of Missouri. This basswood is 103 feet tall and 12.4 feet in circumference.
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Champion white basswood tree at the Missouri Botanical Garden, one of the largest in the state of Missouri. This basswood is 103 feet tall and 12.4 feet in circumference - via Missouri Botanical Garden.
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TIliaceae Tilia heterophylla "White Basswood"
Basswood tree :)
Gingko Biloba - It is theorized that this species of tree existed 280 million years ago, and the tree pictured here was possibly purchased by Shaw himself in 1861. #Missouri Botanical Garden
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Bald cypress (Taxodium distichum) - These cypress trees are thought to be the among the oldest in the Missouri Botanical Garden. Offspring of trees planted by Shaw himself, these were part of his arboretum.
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The dawn redwood (Metasequoia glyptostroboides) was thought to be extinct, known only through fossils, until the 1940s when live specimens were found growing in China. This towering dawn redwood can be found at the Missouri Botanical Garden.