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Objective

To identify, catalog and evaluate the health of the trees and foundation plantings at McCorkle Place. Develop thoughtful recommendations for future tree and building plantings.

Methods

Identified the trees and shrubs and assigned “low”, “moderate”, and “high” ratings based on how a healthy specimen of each taxon should appear. “Moderate”- to “high”-rated plants are in good-to excellent-condition and require “normal” maintenance. The “low”-rated would ideally be removed and new plantings constituted. Table 1 is the composite; Table 2 presents plants by location.

Results

Table 1. Total Tree and Shrub Composition of McCorkle Place

Over 680 taxa were cataloged. The number reflects the building foundation shrubs and small trees. However, the essence of McCorkle resides in the splendid diversity of noble trees anchored by the Quercus alba, white oak, with 88% (22/25) rated “high” and three “moderate”. These white oaks may parallel in age those on Polk Place. The exciting aspect is the exceedingly vibrant health of these trees. Canopies were full and dense, foliage saturated blue-green, leaves plump and oversized, bark and trunks without wounds and abrasions.

At least 15 Quercus taxa were identified at McCorkle. In fact, the genus constitutes 54% of the total trees. The three Quercus michauxii (could be Q. montana), swamp chestnut oak, are magnificent. A terrific specimen also resides in the Coker Arboretum. This, Q. montana, and Q. muehlenbergii should be planted in greater numbers. Newly planted, healthy, Q. shumardii (Q. nuttallii) were noted toward the Franklin Street portion of McCorkle. Both are excellent species and more available in commerce.

A great surprise was the presence of Ilex opaca, American holly, serendipitously scattered throughout McCorkle. Eleven of the 13 (85%) specimens rated “high”; two “moderate”. Ilex opaca tolerates, actually thrives, in shade, as do many hollies. Abundant fruits among the healthy, dark olive-green leaves equated with excellent health. Additional American hollies should be added for their aesthetics and also functionality as screens and groupings. Over 1,000 cultivars are reported so the options are abundant.

Twenty-eight species (Table 1) are cataloged in the Quadrangle area. A single Carya specimen was assessed. Carya was one of the healthiest and most common genera in Kenan Woods.

The Prunus, cherries, including piddley weeping (‘Snow Fountains’), a few larger weeping (P. subhirtella ‘Pendula’), several train wrecks (P. serrulata ‘Kwanzan’/‘Kanzan’, et al.), did not mesh with the tenor of McCorkle. If cherries are integral, then larger, tree types like, P. avium, P. subhirtella, P. ×yedoensis and P. sargentii are recommended. Newer P. sargentii types, ‘First Lady’ and ‘Pink Flair’, are improvements. An option includes planting noble trees (see list below) in proximity to the cherries, eventually removing the latter. Cherries are not particularly shade tolerant; thus growth and flowering acumen decrease with competition.

The azaleas in the Old Well area range from healthy to dead. The irrigation system was not providing even coverage, and large areas in both mass plantings were declining/dead. A restoration of the planting beds, soil improvements, drainage, irrigation, newer cultivars like Robin Hills, Encores, are possibilities. Another possibility is the elimination of the azaleas, adding a low, tasteful hedge at the periphery and planting tree(s) in the newly developed interior spaces. Ilex vomitoria ‘Schillings’ hedges with seasonal color plantings within, is yet another approach.

The Acer mono (Acer truncatum subsp. mono) is among the rarest trees encountered in all the assessments. The tree is in the latter stages of arboricultural bliss. Recommend researching the history of this specimen and also planning a young version to assume the master’s/mistress’ rightful place.

Overall, the main Quadrangle from Cameron to Franklin is in excellent condition. Fifty-nine percent of the trees rated “high”, only 20.5% “low”, and most were concentrated in Fraxinus species and Ulmus species. Recommend new future tree plantings, possibly 5 to 10 per year for five years. Each year assess those in the worse condition and replant the same or related species in proximity. There are many Prunus serrulata taxa, as well as other cherries, that are creaky and cannot be rejuvenated. Eight of 11 (73%) serrulata types were rated “low”. Opportunities exist to rethink the current cherry plantings as previously described.

McCorkle should never be cluttered with small-stature trees. The great boles of the noble trees, the canopies providing cooling shade, architectural winter silhouettes, subtle to riotous fall colors, early fresh green from the Liriodendron to the mouse-ear-gray and -pink of the Quercus alba…Heavensent. McCorkle only needs tweaking.

For fall color and increased generic diversity, the following species could be added:

  • Acer rubrum, red maple, the best red fall coloring cultivars include: ‘Autumn Flame’ (early), ‘October Glory’ (standard), ‘Red Pointe’ (new)
  • Acer saccharum and newer cultivars, sugar maple
  • Aesculus flava, yellow buckeye
  • Carya species, hickories
  • Cladrastis kentukea, American yellowwood
  • Fagus grandifolia, American beech
  • Ginkgo biloba, ginkgo
  • Gymnocladus dioicus, Kentucky coffeetree
  • Magnolia acuminata, cucumbertree magnolia
  • Nyssa sylvatica, tupelo
  • Platanus ×acerifolia, planetree, sycamore like ‘Yarwood’
  • Quercus, oak–the ties that bind McCorkle
  • Tilia americana, American linden
  • Tilia caroliniana, Carolina linden
  • Ulmus ameriana, American elm, disease resistant cultivars

Building Foundation Plants; Small Trees

Table 2 lists shrub and tree plantings by location. Specifics relative to identification, condition, quantity and notes are included. Plants were documented at Old East/Alumni Parking, Alumni Building and Graham Memorial.

The Alumni Building landscape appeared to be a recent installation (2 – 3 years) with a mix of about 16 different trees and shrubs. The Ilex, hollies, were in “moderate” to “high” condition. The use of variegated gardenia Gardenia augusta ‘Radicans Variegata’, which had reverted to the green-leaf type, should be curtailed. Numerous, compact, cold hardy gardenias like ‘Daisy’, ‘Daruma’, ‘White Gem’, ‘Kleim’s Hardy’ and ‘Heaven Scent’ are superior. Counted 35 ‘Radicans Variegata’ with almost every one reverting. Forty-five Berberis thunbergii var. atropurpurea ‘Crimson Pygmy’ were noted. Ideally shift away from Berberis taxa since they are considered invasive.

Utilize the new red-purple loropetalums for foliage effect. ‘Purple Pixie’ and ‘Purple Diamond’ are two of the recent, lower-growing introductions. Danae racemosa, Alexandrian laurel, on the east side of Alumni was a pleasant surprise. The species (40 counted) requires shade and hopefully will establish as the other shrubs grow. Opportunity to add evergreen viburnums like ‘Conoy’, ‘Eskimo’, and V. tinus.

As suggested in the Polk Place report, the increased use of low- to mid-size evergreen (and deciduous) shrubs instead of extensive mulching would result in more aesthetic plantings.

Graham Memorial requires attention (new plantings) on the Franklin Street side. Generally most shrubs rated “moderate” to “high”. Ilex and Prunus laurocerasus cultivars comprised 59% of the total plants cataloged under Graham Memorial (see Table 2). Four different P. laurocerasus cultivars were utilized around Graham, often cheek-to-jowl, contrasting because of habit and foliage characteristics. Pleased to note Fothergilla ‘Mt. Airy’ utilized in Old East and Graham.

For aesthetic and maintenance reasons, greater utilization of large groupings and masses is encouraged. Again, the rationale with suggested alternative plants was discussed in the Polk Place report.

Herbaceous perennials (a few evergreen, like Helleborus taxa) were recorded and are included with the Addendum: McCorkle Place–Existing Groundcover Plants and Notes (June 18, 2008). The over-riding question concerns the necessary care to clean up, prune, water, and mulch many of the herbaceous perennials. Certainly, at their best, great for texture and seasonal color, but can they be properly maintained?

Table 1. Total Tree and Shrub Composition of McCorkle Place
Scientific Name High Moderate Low Grand Total
Abelia ‘Edward Goucher’ 23 23
Acer mono (Acer truncatum subsp. mono) 1 1
Acer palmatum 1 1
Acer palmatum var. atropurpureum 1 1
Acer rubrum 3 2 1 6
Acer saccharum 1 1
Aesculus flava 1 1
Aucuba japonica 3 3
Berberis thunbergii var. atropurpurea ‘Crimson Pygmy’ 46 46
Berberis thunbergii var. atropurpurea ‘Rose Glow’ 15 15
Betula nigra 1 1
Buxus sempervirens 2 hedges 2 hedges
Camellia hybrid 10 1 11
Camellia sasanqua 1 1
Carya tomentosa 1 1
Cercis canadensis ‘Oklahoma’ 4 4
Cladrastis kentukea 1 1
Clethra alnifolia ‘Hummingbird’ 1 1
Cornus florida 1 5 7 13
Cornus kousa 1 1
Corylus avellana ‘Contorta’ 1 1
Danae racemosa 40 40
Euonymus kiautschovicus 1 1
Euonymus kiautschovicus ‘Manhattan’ 1 1
Fothergilla major ‘Mt. Airy’ 34 2 36
Fraxinus americana 2 3 5
Fraxinus spp. 1 1
Gardenia augusta 1 1
Gardenia augusta ‘Radicans Variegata’ 35 35
Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermis 3 1 4
Hamamelis virginiana 1 1
Hydrangea macrophylla 5 5
Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Lady In Red’ 8 8
Hypericum calycinum 1 mass 1 mass
Ilex ‘Mary Nell’ 1 1 2
Ilex ‘Nellie Stevens’ 1 1
Ilex ×koehneana ‘Wirt L. Winn’ 4 4
Ilex cornuta ‘Carissa’ 25 33 25 83
Ilex cornuta ‘Dwarf Burford’ 22 3 hedges 22 + 3 hedges
Ilex cornuta ‘Fine Line’ 5 5
Ilex decidua 3 3
Ilex opaca 11 2 13
Ilex pernyi × I. cornuta 1 1
Ilex vomitoria ‘Nana’ 17 17
Ilex vomitoria ‘Pendula’ 1 1
Liriodendron tulipifera 2 3 1 6
Magnolia ‘Elizabeth’ (?) 1 1
Magnolia Little Girl Series 1 1
Morus alba 1 1
Nandina domestica ‘Nana’ 13 13
Pieris japonica 2 2
Prunus avium 1 1
Prunus laurocerasus 4 4
Prunus laurocerasus ‘Otto Luyken’ 9 9
Prunus laurocerasus ‘Schipkaensis’ 5 5
Prunus laurocerasus ‘Zabeliana’ 24 24
Prunus ‘Okame’ 6 6
Prunus ‘Snow Goose’ 1 1
Prunus sargentii 1 1
Prunus serrulata 1 2 3
Prunus serrulata ‘Kwanzan’ 1 1 6 8
Prunus subhirtella 1 1 2
Prunus subhirtella ‘Pendula’ 3 1 4
Prunus ×yedoensis 5 5
Prunus ×yedoensis ‘Snow Fountains’ 3 1 4
Quercus acutissima 1 1
Quercus alba 22 3 25
Quercus coccinea 1 1 1 3
Quercus falcata 1 1 2
Quercus falcata var. pagodifolia 2 2
Quercus hemisphaerica 1 1
Quercus lyrata 2 1 1 4
Quercus michauxii 3 3
Quercus nigra × Q. falcata (?) 1 1
Quercus palustris 1 1
Quercus phellos 10 4 3 17
Quercus rubra 1 1
Quercus shumardii/nuttallii 5 1 6
Quercus velutina 1 1
Quercus virginiana 1 1
Rhaphiolepis umbellata 1 1
Rhododendron ‘PJM’ 3 3
Rhododendron (Evergreen Azalea) 14 14
Rhododendron Southern Indica Azalea 7 + 2 hedges 7 14 + 2 hedges
Spiraea japonica 12 12
Ulmus alata 2 2
Ulmus americana 1 5 6
Ulmus americana ‘Princeton’ 6 6
Ulmus parvifolia 1 2 3
Ulmus spp. 1 1 2
Viburnum plicatum var. tomentosum 5 1 6
Viburnum plicatum var. tomentosum ‘Summer Snowflake’ 9 9
Viburnum tinus 7 7
Vitex agnus-castus 2 2
Zelkova serrata 1 1
Grand Total 351 183 147 681
Table 2. McCorkle Tree and Shrub Survey by Location
Section Type Genus Species Cultivar Condition Quantity Note
Old Well Tree Cornus florida Moderate 4
Old Well Tree Cornus florida Low 7 One newly planted
Old Well Tree Ilex opaca High 5
Old Well Tree Ilex opaca Moderate 1
Old Well Tree Liriodendron tulipifera Moderate 1
Old Well Tree Quercus alba High 2
Old Well Tree Quercus lyrata Moderate 1
Old Well Tree Quercus phellos High 2
Old Well Shrub Ilex cornuta ‘Dwarf Burford’ Moderate 3 Hedges Two near Old West; one near Old East
Old Well Shrub Rhododendron Southern Indica Azalea Low 2 Hedges Surrounding Old Well; center of plantings dying
Old East/Alumni Parking Tree Acer rubrum High 1
Old East/Alumni Parking Tree Acer rubrum Low 1
Old East/Alumni Parking Tree Acer rubrum Moderate 1
Old East/Alumni Parking Tree Corylus avellana ‘Contorta’ High 1
Old East/Alumni Parking Tree Fraxinus americana Low 1
Old East/Alumni Parking Tree Hamamelis virginiana High 1
Old East/Alumni Parking Tree Liriodendron tulipifera Moderate 1
Old East/Alumni Parking Tree Morus alba Low 1 Invasive/remove
Old East/Alumni Parking Tree Prunus ×yedoensis ‘Snow Fountains’ High 2 Why here?
Old East/Alumni Parking Tree Prunus ×yedoensis Moderate 2
Old East/Alumni Parking Tree Ulmus alata Low 1
Old East/Alumni Parking Tree Ulmus americana ‘Princeton’ High 6
Old East/Alumni Parking Tree Ulmus americana Low 1
Old East/Alumni Parking Tree Ulmus parvifolia High 1
Old East/Alumni Parking Tree Zelkova serrata Low 1 Bark split; remove
Old East/Alumni Parking Shrub Viburnum tinus High 7
Alumni Building Tree Cercis canadensis ‘Oklahoma’ Moderate 4
Alumni Building Tree Cornus florida Moderate 1
Alumni Building Tree Ilex ×koehneana ‘Wirt L. Winn’ High 4 Female
Alumni Building Tree Magnolia ‘Elizabeth’ (?) High 1
Alumni Building Tree Ulmus parvifolia Moderate 2
Alumni Building Shrub Berberis thunbergii var. atropurpurea ‘Crimson Pygmy’ High 46
Alumni Building Shrub Camellia hybrid Moderate 10
Alumni Building Shrub Camellia hybrid Low 1
Alumni Building Shrub Clethra alnifolia ‘Hummingbird’ High 1
Alumni Building Shrub Danae racemosa Low 40
Alumni Building Shrub Fothergilla major ‘Mt. Airy’ High 31
Alumni Building Shrub Gardenia augusta ‘Radicans Variegata’ High 35 Reverting
Alumni Building Shrub Ilex cornuta ‘Carissa’ High 19
Alumni Building Shrub Ilex ornuta ‘Dwarf Burford’ High 22
Alumni Building Shrub Ilex cornuta ‘Fine Line’ Moderate 5
Alumni Building Shrub Ilex ‘Mary Nell’ High 1
Alumni Building Shrub Ilex ‘Mary Nell’ Low 1
Alumni Building Shrub Rhododendron Southern Indica Azalea High 7
Alumni Building Shrub Rhododendron Southern Indica Azalea Low 7
Alumni Building Shrub Rhododendron (Evergreen Azalea) Moderate 14
Alumni Building Shrub Viburnum plicatum var. tomentosum High 5
Alumni Building Shrub Viburnum plicatum var. tomentosum ‘Summer Snowflake’ Moderate 9
McCorkle Place A – E These are the 5 areas of McCorkle Place gridded by paths that run East to West running North from the Old Well and Old East/Old West Buildings.
McCorkle Place A Tree Acer rubrum Moderate 1 Bad crotch
McCorkle Place A Tree Fraxinus americana Low 1 Anthracnose; ? on species identification
McCorkle Place A Tree Liriodendron tulipifera Moderate 1
McCorkle Place A Tree Prunus avium Low 1 Trunk rot; ? on species identification
McCorkle Place A Tree Prunus ‘Okame’ High 2
McCorkle Place A Tree Prunus serrulata ‘Kwanzan’ Low 1
McCorkle Place A Tree Prunus subhirtella ‘Pendula’ Moderate 1
McCorkle Place A Tree Quercus alba High 3
McCorkle Place A Tree Quercus coccinea Moderate 1
McCorkle Place A Tree Quercus falcata var. pagodifolia Moderate 1
McCorkle Place A Tree Quercus michauxii High 1 ? on species identification
McCorkle Place A Tree Quercus phellos Low 1
McCorkle Place A Tree Quercus rubra High 1
McCorkle Place A Tree Ulmus americana Low 1 Dutch Elm Disease
McCorkle Place B Tree Acer mono Low 1 Rare
McCorkle Place B Tree Aesculus flava Moderate 1 Newly planted; vertical crack in trunk
McCorkle Place B Tree Cornus florida High 1 Foundation plantings in front of Person
McCorkle Place B Tree Liriodendron tulipifera Low 1 Davie Poplar
McCorkle Place B Tree Liriodendron tulipifera High 1 Son of Davie
McCorkle Place B Tree Liriodendron tulipifera High 1 Davie III
McCorkle Place B Tree Prunus serrulata Low 1
McCorkle Place B Tree Prunus subhirtella High 1 Large
McCorkle Place B Tree Prunus subhirtella ‘Pendula’ Low 1
McCorkle Place B Tree Prunus ‘Okame’ High 1 Newly planted
McCorkle Place B Tree Quercus alba High 1
McCorkle Place B Tree Quercus coccinea Low 1
McCorkle Place B Tree Quercus phellos Moderate 1
McCorkle Place B Shrub Aucuba japonica High 3 Foundation plantings in front of Person
McCorkle Place B Shrub Camellia sasanqua Moderate 1 Foundation plantings in front of Person
McCorkle Place B Shrub Euonymus kiautschovicus ‘Manhattan’ Moderate 1 Around Davie Poplar
McCorkle Place B Shrub Euonymus kiautschovicus Low 1 Around Davie Poplar
McCorkle Place B Shrub Gardenia augusta Moderate 1 Foundation plantings in front of Person
McCorkle Place B Shrub Hydrangea macrophylla ‘Lady In Red’ Moderate 8 Foundation plantings in front of Person
McCorkle Place B Shrub Pieris japonica Moderate 2 Foundation plantings in front of Person
McCorkle Place B Shrub Rhaphiolepis umbellata High 1 Foundation plantings in front of Person
McCorkle Place B Shrub Rhododendron ‘PJM’ High 3 Foundation plantings in front of Person
McCorkle Place B Shrub Vitex agnus-castus High 2 Foundation plantings in front of Person
McCorkle Place C Tree Acer rubrum High 1
McCorkle Place C Tree Acer saccharum Moderate 1
McCorkle Place C Tree Carya tomentosa High 1
McCorkle Place C Tree Fraxinus americana Low 1 ? on species identification
McCorkle Place C Tree Fraxinus spp. Moderate 1 Female
McCorkle Place C Tree Ilex opaca Moderate 1 Noble
McCorkle Place C Tree Ilex pernyi × I. cornuta High 1 Female
McCorkle Place C Tree Prunus ×yedoensis ‘Snow Fountains’ Moderate 1
McCorkle Place C Tree Prunus ×yedoensis Moderate 3
McCorkle Place C Tree Prunus serrulata ‘Kwanzan’ Low 3
McCorkle Place C Tree Prunus subhirtella Moderate 1
McCorkle Place C Tree Prunus subhirtella ‘Pendula’ Moderate 2
McCorkle Place C Tree Quercus alba High 4
McCorkle Place C Tree Quercus falcata Moderate 1
McCorkle Place C Tree Quercus falcata var. pagodifolia Moderate 1
McCorkle Place C Tree Quercus lyrata High 1
McCorkle Place C Tree Quercus michauxii High 2
McCorkle Place C Tree Quercus palustris High 1 ? on species identification
McCorkle Place C Tree Quercus phellos Low 1
McCorkle Place C Tree Quercus phellos Moderate 1
McCorkle Place C Tree Quercus shumardii/nuttallii High 2
McCorkle Place C Tree Quercus velutina Low 1
McCorkle Place C Tree Ulmus spp. Moderate 1
McCorkle Place D Tree Ilex opaca High 4 Several large specimens; one particularly noble
McCorkle Place D Tree Prunus ‘Okame’ High 2
McCorkle Place D Tree Prunus serrulata ‘Kwanzan’ Low 1
McCorkle Place D Tree Prunus serrulata ‘Kwanzan’ Moderate 1
McCorkle Place D Tree Prunus serrulata ‘Kwanzan’ High 1
McCorkle Place D Tree Prunus ×yedoensis ‘Snow Fountains’ High 1
McCorkle Place D Tree Quercus alba High 7
McCorkle Place D Tree Quercus alba Moderate 2
McCorkle Place D Tree Quercus coccinea High 1
McCorkle Place D Tree Quercus nigra × Q. falcata (?) High 1 ? on species identification
McCorkle Place D Tree Quercus phellos High 1
McCorkle Place D Tree Quercus phellos Moderate 1
McCorkle Place D Tree Ulmus alata Low 1 Remove to give more room for nearby American Hollies
McCorkle Place D Tree Ulmus americana Low 1
McCorkle Place E Tree Betula nigra High 1
McCorkle Place E Tree Ilex opaca High 1
McCorkle Place E Tree Prunus sargentii High 1 Newly planted; ? on species identification
McCorkle Place E Tree Prunus serrulata Moderate 1
McCorkle Place E Tree Prunus serrulata Low 1
McCorkle Place E Tree Prunus ‘Okame’ High 1
McCorkle Place E Tree Prunus ‘Snow Goose’ Low 1
McCorkle Place E Tree Quercus acutissima Moderate 1
McCorkle Place E Tree Quercus alba High 4
McCorkle Place E Tree Quercus alba Moderate 1
McCorkle Place E Tree Quercus falcata High 1
McCorkle Place E Tree Quercus lyrata High 1
McCorkle Place E Tree Quercus phellos High 2
McCorkle Place E Tree Quercus shumardii/nuttallii High 3 Newly planted
McCorkle Place Between wall and Franklin Street Tree Quercus hemisphaerica High 1
McCorkle Place Between wall and Franklin Street Tree Quercus phellos Moderate 1
McCorkle Place Between wall and Franklin Street Tree Quercus phellos High 5
McCorkle Place Between wall and Franklin Street Tree Quercus shumardii/nuttallii Moderate 1
McCorkle Place Between wall and Franklin Street Tree Ulmus americana Low 2
McCorkle Place Between wall and Franklin Street Tree Ulmus americana Moderate 1
Graham Memorial Tree Acer palmatum High 1
Graham Memorial Tree Acer palmatum var. atropurpureum High 1
Graham Memorial Tree Acer rubrum High 1
Graham Memorial Tree Cladrastis kentukea High 1
Graham Memorial Tree Fraxinus americana Moderate 2
Graham Memorial Tree Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermis Moderate 3
Graham Memorial Tree Gleditsia triacanthos var. inermis Low 1
Graham Memorial Tree Ilex opaca High 1
Graham Memorial Tree Prunus serrulata ‘Kwanzan’ Low 1
Graham Memorial Tree Quercus alba High 1
Graham Memorial Tree Quercus lyrata Low 1 Newly planted
Graham Memorial Tree Quercus phellos Low 1
Graham Memorial Tree Quercus virginiana Low 1
Graham Memorial Tree Ulmus spp. Low 1
Graham Memorial Shrub Abelia ‘Edward Goucher’ Moderate 23
Graham Memorial Shrub Berberis thunbergii var. atropurpurea ‘Rose Glow’ Moderate 15
Graham Memorial Shrub Buxus sempervirens Moderate 2 Hedges
Graham Memorial Shrub Cornus kousa Moderate 1
Graham Memorial Shrub Fothergilla major ‘Mt. Airy’ High 3
Graham Memorial Shrub Fothergilla major ‘Mt. Airy’ Low 2 Dead
Graham Memorial Shrub Hydrangea macrophylla Moderate 5 4 lacecap; 1 mophead
Graham Memorial Shrub Hypericum calycinum Low mass Typically short-lived.
Graham Memorial Shrub Ilex cornuta ‘Carissa’ Low 25
Graham Memorial Shrub Ilex cornuta ‘Carissa’ Moderate 33
Graham Memorial Shrub Ilex cornuta ‘Carissa’ High 6
Graham Memorial Shrub Ilex decidua High 3 Female
Graham Memorial Shrub Ilex vomitoria ‘Nana’ High 17
Graham Memorial Shrub Ilex vomitoria ‘Pendula’ Low 1
Graham Memorial Shrub Ilex ‘Nellie Stevens’ Moderate 1
Graham Memorial Shrub Magnolia Little Girl Series Low 1
Graham Memorial Shrub Nandina domestica ‘Nana’ Low 13
Graham Memorial Shrub Prunus laurocerasus High 4
Graham Memorial Shrub Prunus laurocerasus ‘Schipkaensis’ High 5
Graham Memorial Shrub Prunus laurocerasus ‘Otto Luyken’ High 9
Graham Memorial Shrub Prunus laurocerasus ‘Zabeliana’ High 24
Graham Memorial Shrub Spiraea japonica Low 12
Graham Memorial Shrub Viburnum plicatum var. tomentosum Low 1
McCorkle Place Map