Posts Tagged ‘Sapphireberry’

After lunch today, I took a short walk to see what is happening in the Winterthur Garden. I did not get very far before I had to get out the camera.  Love the Pee-Gee hydrangea in the Reflecting Pool garden today!  Next stop was to check for frogs in the pool; sure enough one was enjoying […]

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Fruits add to the late summer color in the Winterthur garden. One of the more uncommon fruits is that of the Sapphireberry, Symplocos paniculata.  This small tree from China and Japan is covered in late summer with bright, sapphire-colored berries. There are three small specimens near the Winter-hazel Walk and a few in Enchanted Woods. In spring Symplocos is […]

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