Our Urban Forest update – 20 June 2013

Our Urban Forest

(a.k.a. the Baddour Parkway Arboretum)
wants to thank the following Master Gardeners
for working towards its certification:

12. Red Oak/ Quercus  –  Jason Ellis
13. White Basswood/Tilia heterophylla Green Mountain  –  Jason Ellis
14. Little leaf Linden/Tilia cordata Greenspire  –  Jason Ellis
14. Little leaf Linden/ Tilia cordata Greenspire  –  Tree Committee
15. Nuttall Oak/Quercus nuttallii  –  Norma Dee
16. Cleveland Pear /Pyrus calleryana  –  Tree Committee
17. Dogwood/ Cornus kousa  –  Marianne Pelletier
18. “Little Gem” (3) / Magnolia grandiflora L. Little Gem  –  Tree Committee
19. N.Red Oak/Quercus rubra  –  Tree Committee
20. Pin Oak/Quercus palustris  –  Tree Committee
21. Thornless Honey Locust/Gleditsia triacanthosL.f. inermis  –  Tree Committee
22. Pagoda Oak/Quercus falcate var Pagodifolia  –  Tree Committee
23. Eastern redcedar/Juniperus virginiana  –  Tree Committee
24. Elm/Ulmus Americana  –  Tree Committee
25. Maple/ Acer japonicum- ?  –  Tree Committee
26. Hackberry/ Celtis occidentalis  –  Tree Committee
27. Black Walnut (2)/ Juglans nigra  –   –  Norma Dee
28. Dogwood(2)/ Cornus florida  –  Tree Committee
29. Redbud / Cercis Canadensis Tx White  –  Tree Committee
29. Redbud / Cercis Canadensis  –  Kaoru Mitchell
30. Sweet Gum / L.styraciflua “Rotundiloba”  –  Tree Committee
30. Sweet Gum / Liquidamber styraciflua  –  Carolyn Morris
31. Black Cherry / Prunus serotina  –  Tree Committee
32. Chase Tree / Vitex negundo  –  Carolyn Morris
33. River Clump Birch (2)/Betula nigra  –  Tree Committee
34. Bald Cypress / Taxodium distichum  –  Norma Dee
35. Crape Myrtle (2) /Lagerstroemia indica  –  Tree Committee
35. Crape Myrtle / Lagerstroemia indica  –  Norma Dee
36. Fringe Tree / Chionanthus virginicus  –  Marianne Pelletier
37. Sugar Maple /Acer saccharum Tree Committee
37. Sugar Maple /Acer saccharum  –  Norma Dee
38. Contorted Willow /Salix matsudana  –  Tree Committee
39. Gingko/Gingko biloba  –  Rae Jacobson & Belinda Foren
40. Tulip Poplar/Liriodendron tulipifera  –  Norma Dee

May the Forest Be With You!

NOTE: Please contact Flo or Sandy for this week if you need information.

tn-wcmg_ouf-20130614-dsc1795Thanks,

Carol Walenga
Flo Moore
Sandy Oxford

 

About Greg Tomerlin

I enjoy gardening, keeping bees, birding, the outdoors, and visiting State & Local Parks and Greenways.
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