Map 1

This area, at the northwest corner of the campus, includes a line of cherry trees from an old orchard. The row of trees provides a good opportunity to compare Prunus padus with Prunus cerasifera.

This map also includes a couple of notable conifers. The white fir (Abies concolor) and the Serbian spruce (Picea omorika) are both rare on the Reed campus, and they're easy to spot among the broadleaf trees in this area.

   
   

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# Scientific Name Common Name
1 Fagus sylvatica European Beech
2 Fagus sylvatica European Beech
3 Fagus sylvatica European Beech
4 Fagus sylvatica European Beech
5 Fagus sylvatica European Beech
6 Fagus sylvatica European Beech
7 Fagus sylvatica European Beech
8 Fraxinus americana White Ash
9 Fraxinus americana White Ash
10 Abies concolor White Fir
11 Acer rubrum Red Maple
12 Acer rubrum Red Maple
13 Fraxinus excelsior European Ash
14 Prunus cerasifera Cherry Plum
15 Prunus padus European Bird Cherry
# Scientific Name Common Name
16 Prunus padus European Bird Cherry
17 Prunus cerasifera Thundercloud Plum
18 Prunus padus European Bird Cherry
19 Prunus cerasifera Cherry Plum
20 Prunus padus European Bird Cherry
21 Prunus padus European Bird Cherry
22 Prunus padus European Bird Cherry
23 Prunus padus European Bird Cherry
24 Prunus padus European Bird Cherry
25 Acer rubrum Red Maple
26 Acer platanoides Norway Maple
27 Acer platanoides Norway Maple
28 Acer platanoides Norway Maple
29 Fraxinus americana White Ash
30 Picea omorika Serbian Spruce