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    Savanna, not savanah!


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    Beautiful trees in a grassland mowed in the spring to control invasives.

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    A columnar sugar maple begins to turn color.

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    Pines, oaks, maples, zelkovas all dot the landscape.

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    Amur maples (Acer ginnala) come to us via the Orient, but can be invasive if seedlings are not controlled

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    A small grove of ginko trees, a species which goes back to the Age of Dinosaurs.


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    Zelkova trees, sometimes called Japanese elms, line some of our mowed walking paths through the savanna.


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    Tired while walking our savanna? Rest in the shade of a zelkova grove.


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    A springtime panorama of our crab apple collection in bloom, taken from our Peace and Tranquility Garden.

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  • James H. McBride Arboretum

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    A small grove of ginko trees, a species which goes back to the Age of Dinosaurs.


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