Map 29

This area includes the so-called "magic grove" of flowering cherry trees that was designed and planted by some of the early professors at the college, and it is a beautiful place for a walk. The lack of landmarks can make it difficult to use a map in this area, but the cluster of red oaks is always easy to find, and there's a memorial plaque at the base of tree #29.

   
   

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# Scientific Name Common Name
1 Ulmus procera English Elm
2 Pseudotsuga menziesii Douglas-fir
3 Pseudotsuga menziesii Douglas-fir
4 Pinus nigra Austrian Pine
5 Pseudotsuga menziesii Douglas-fir
6 Ulmus glabra Wych or Scotch Elm
7 Calocedrus decurrens Incense-cedar
8 Calocedrus decurrens Incense-cedar
9 Ulmus procera English Elm
10 Thuja plicata Western Redcedar
11 Cedrus deodara Deodar Cedar
12 Cedrus deodara Deodar Cedar
13 Acer rubrum Red Maple
14 Ulmus x hollandica Dutch Elm
15 Quercus sp. Oak
16 Acer saccharum Sugar Maple
17 Ulmus glabra Wych or Scotch Elm
# Scientific Name Common Name
18 Acer saccharum Sugar Maple
19 Quercus rubra Northern Red Oak
20 Quercus rubra Northern Red Oak
21 Quercus rubra Northern Red Oak
22 Crataegus x lavallei Lavalle Hawthorn
23 Prunus x yedoensis Yoshino Flowering Cherry
24 Prunus x yedoensis Yoshino Flowering Cherry
25 Prunus x yedoensis Yoshino Flowering Cherry
26 Prunus x yedoensis Yoshino Flowering Cherry
27 Betula pendula European White Birch
28 Prunus serrulata Japanese Flowering Cherry
29 Prunus serrulata Japanese Flowering Cherry
30 Prunus serrulata Japanese Flowering Cherry
31 Prunus serrulata Japanese Flowering Cherry
32 Prunus serrulata Japanese Flowering Cherry
33 Cornus mas Cornelian Cherry
34 Populus deltoides Eastern Cottonwood