UVM Virtual Plant Walk 4: Deciduous large shrubs and small trees, 10-35 feet tall

  1. List of Plants by Size and Family
  2. Map of Plants on Campus with List of Plants (in the order suggested for the walk)
  3. Photos of Plants (in the order suggested for the walk)
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List of Plants by Size and Family
Plants with links can be found on or near the UVM campus.
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Deciduous large shrubs and small trees, 10-35 feet tall

Caprifoliaceae (honeysuckle family)

1.)
Heptacodium miconioides "seven-son flower"
2.)
Kolkwitzia amabilis "beautybush"
3.)
Lonicera tatarica "tatarian honeysuckle"
4.)
Viburnum sieboldii "Siebold viburnum"

Cornaceae (dogwood family)

5.)
Cornus alternifolia "pagoda dogwood"
6.)
Cornus florida "flowering dogwood"
7.)
Cornus kousa "kousa dogwood"
8.)
Cornus mas "corneliancherry dogwood"

Elaeagnaceae (oleaster family)

9.)
Hippophae rhamnoides "common seabuckthorn"

Ericaceae (heath family)

10.)
Oxydendrum arboreum "sourwood"

Hamamelidaceae (witchhazel family)

11.)
Parrotia persica "Persian parrotia"

Fabaceae or Fabaceae or Leguminosae (legume family)

12.)
Caragana arborescens "Siberian peashrub"
12a.) Caragana arborescens 'Pendula' "weeping Siberian peashrub"
13.)
Cercis canadensis "Eastern redbud"

Magnoliaceae (magnolia family)

14.)
Magnolia x soulangiana "saucer magnolia"
15.)
Magnolia stellata "star magnolia"

Oleaceae (olive family)

16.)
Chionanthus virginicus "white fringetree"
17.)
Ligustrum vulgare "common privet"
18.)
Syringa reticulata (S. amurense var. japonica) "Japanese tree lilac"
19.)
Syringa vulgaris "common lilac"

Rhamnaceae (buckthorn family)

20.)
Rhamnus cathartica "common buckthorn"
21.)
Rhamnus frangula "glossy buckthorn"
21.)
Rhamnus frangula 'Asplenifolia' "cutleaf glossy buckthorn"
21.)
Rhamnus frangula 'Ron Williams' "Fine Line (TM) buckthorn"


Map of Plants on Campus with List of Plants (in the order suggested for the walk)
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RhamnusfrangulaRhamnus catharticaLonicera tataricaKolkwitzia amabilisCornus masCornus alternifoliaOxydendrum arboreumRhamnus frangula 'Ron Williams'Parrotia persicaViburnum siebodiiCornus floridaSyringavulgarisSyringa reticulataLigustrum vulgareCaragana arborescensCornus kousaHippophae rhamnoidesMagnolia stellataRhamnus frangula 'Asplenifolia'Chionanthus virginicusCercis canadensis

  1. Cercis canadensis "Eastern redbud" [W73°11'40.1";N44°28'36.5"]
  2. Cornus florida "flowering dogwood" [W73°11'40";N44°28'36"]
  3. Oxydendrum arboreum "sourwood" [na]
  4. Viburnum sieboldii "Siebold viburnum" [na]
  5. Cornus kousa "kousa dogwood" [W73°11'39.5";N44°28'32.8"]
  6. Chionanthus virginicus "white fringetree" [W73°11'39.3";N44°28'32.6"]
  7. Rhamnus frangula 'Asplenifolia' "cutleaf glossy buckthorn" [W73°11'39.5";N44°28'32.7"]
  8. Parrotia persica "Persian parrotia" [na]
  9. Cornus alternifolia "pagoda dogwood" [na]
  10. Cornus mas "corneliancherry dogwood" [na]
  11. Kolkwitzia amabilis "beautybush" [na]
  12. Rhamnus cathartica "common buckthorn" [na]
  13. Lonicera tatarica "tatarian honeysuckle" [na]
  14. Rhamnus frangula "glossy buckthorn" [na]
  15. Caragana arborescens "Siberian peashrub" [W73°12'1.7";N44°28'27.7"]
  16. Ligustrum vulgare "common privet" [W73°12'2.7";N44°28'29.9"]
  17. Syringa vulgaris "common lilac" [W73°12'10.3";N44°28'33"]
  18. Syringa reticulata (S. amurense var. japonica) "Japanese tree lilac" [W73°12'10.5";N44°28'33.1"]
  19. Magnolia stellata "star magnolia" [W73°12'3";N44°28'38.9"]
  20. Hippophae rhamnoides "common seabuckthorn" [W73°11'44.3";N44°28'33.4"]
  21. Rhamnus frangula 'Ron Williams' "Fine Line (TM) buckthorn" [na]


Photos of Plants (in the order suggested for the walk)
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Cercis canadensis

"Eastern redbud"

Fabaceae or Leguminosae (legume family)

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Cornus florida

"flowering dogwood"

Cornaceae (dogwood family)

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Oxydendrum arboreum

"sourwood"

Ericaceae (heath family)

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(no photo available) Viburnum sieboldii

"Siebold viburnum"

Caprifoliaceae (honeysuckle family)

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Cornus kousa

"kousa dogwood"

Cornaceae (dogwood family)

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Chionanthus virginicus

"white fringetree"

Oleaceae (olive family)

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Rhamnus frangula 'Asplenifolia'

"cutleaf glossy buckthorn"

Rhamnaceae (buckthorn family)

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Parrotia persica

"Persian parrotia"

Hamamelidaceae (witchhazel family)

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(no photo available) Cornus alternifolia

"pagoda dogwood"

Cornaceae (dogwood family)

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(no photo available) Cornus mas

"corneliancherry dogwood"

Cornaceae (dogwood family)

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Kolkwitzia amabilis

"beautybush"

Caprifoliaceae (honeysuckle family)

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Rhamnus cathartica

"common buckthorn"

Rhamnaceae (buckthorn family)

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Lonicera tatarica

"tatarian honeysuckle"

Caprifoliaceae (honeysuckle family)

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Rhamnus frangula

"glossy buckthorn"

Rhamnaceae (buckthorn family)

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Caragana arborescens

"Siberian peashrub"

Fabaceae or Leguminosae (legume family)

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Ligustrum vulgare

"common privet"

Oleaceae (olive family)

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(no photo available) Syringa vulgaris

"common lilac"

Oleaceae (olive family)

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Syringa reticulata
(S. amurense var. japonica)

"Japanese tree lilac"

Oleaceae (olive family)

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Magnolia stellata

"star magnolia"

Magnoliaceae (magnolia family)

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Hippophae rhamnoides

"common seabuckthorn"

Elaeagnaceae (oleaster family)

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(no photo available) Rhamnus frangula 'Ron Williams'

"Fine Line (TM) buckthorn"

Rhamnaceae (buckthorn family)

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