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					SYMBOL/GENUS                            COMMON NAMES                               KEY                          1                                                2                            3                                             4                                   5                                               6
 1. Acacia sp.                         Mimosa                                          F3
 2. Acer japonica                      Japanese Maple                                  D3
 3. Acer palmatum                      Cutleaf Maple                                   F3
 4. Acer platanoides                   Norway Maple                                    B2
 5. Acer pseudoplatanus                Sycamore Maple (Eurasia)                        C3   A                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         A
 6. Acer rubrum f. columnare           Columnar Maple                                  B5
 7. Acer saccharinum                   River Maple, Silver Maple-highly cut leaf       B2
 8. Aesculus hippocastanum             Horse Chestnut                              D5, E2
 9. Ailanthus altissima                Tree of Heaven (China)                      C3, F4
10. Albizia julibrissin                Silk Tree (Orient)                              F3
11. Amelanchier canadensis             Shadbush                                        D3
12. Amelanchier laevis                 Allegheny Serviceberry                          D3
13. Berberis julianae                  Wintergreen Barberry (China)                    D2
14. Betula papyrifera                  Paper bark Birch                                F4
15. Betula populifolia                 Grey Birch                                      B2
                                                                                            B                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         B
16. Campsis radicans                   Trumpet Vine                                    E2
17. Carpinus betulus                   European Hop Hornbeam                           B2
18. Cedrus atlantica                   Cedar                                           G3
19. Celastrus scandens                 Vine Bittersweet                                B4
20. Celtis occidentalis                Hackberry w. Witch’s Broom                      E3
21. Cercidiphyllum japonicum           Katsura Tree                                    F4
22. Cercis canadensis                  Redbud                                          D3
23. Cercis canadensis                  Redbud (white var.)                             F3
24. Chaenomeles speciosa               Flowering Quince                                D4   C                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         C
25. Chamaecyparis obtusa               Hinoki False Cypress                            F5
26. Cladrastis lutea                   Yellow Wood                                     E3
27. Cornus florida                     Flowering Dogwood                               D2
28. Cornus kousa                       Korean Dogwood                                  E3
29. Cornus mas                         Cornelian Cherry                                D4
30. Cotoneaster sp.                    Cotoneaster (Asia)                              C2
31. Crataegus sp.                      Hawthorn                                        B3
32. Crataegus sp.                      Thornberry                                      D3
33. Cryptomeria japonica               Japanese Cedar                                  F6
34. Davidia invlucrata                 Dove Tree                                       F2   D                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         D
35. Dryopteris spinosa                 Toothwood Fern                                  D3
36. Euonymus alata                     Burning Bush                                    D3
37. Fagus sylvatica (f. atropunicea)   Purple European Beech                           C3
38. Fagus sylvatica (f. rohani)        Fern Leaf Beech                                 D5
39. Fagus sylvatica (f. fastigiata)    Fastigiate Beech                            B3, E6
40. Forsythia sp.                      Forsythia                                       D2
41. Fraxinus americna                  White Ash                                       B3
42. Ginkgo biloba                      Maidenhair Tree (China)                    D2, D4
43. Gleditsia triacanthos              Honeylocust                                 E2, E3   E                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         E
44. Halesia carolina                   Silver Bell                                     C2
45. Hamamelis mollis                   Chinese Witchhazel (January bloom)              D3
46. Hamamelis virginiana               Witchhazel (vernalis-virginiana graft)          D3
47. Hydrangea anomala (f. petiolaris)  Climbing Hydrangea (white)                      D3
48. Hydrangea macrophylla              Lace Cap Hydrangea                              E4
49. Hydrangea paniculata               Tree Hydrangea                                  E3
50. Hydrangea quercifolia              Oak Leaf Hydrangea                              E4
51. Ilex sp.                           Holly                                           F3
52. Ilex crenata                       Japanese Holly                                  C3
53. Ilex glabra                        Inkberry                                        D3   F                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         F
54. Ilex opaca                         American Holly                                  D2
55. Juniperus virginiana               Juniper                                     B2, E2
56. Kalmia latifolia                   Sheepkill, Calicobush, Mountain Laurel          D2
57. Koelreuteria paniculata            Golden Chain Tree                               E6
58. Laburnum x Watereri                Waterer Laburnum (a hybrid)                     E4
59. Ligustrum sp.                      Privet                                          C3
60. Liquidambar styraciflua            Sweetgum                                    B3, C3
61. Liriodendron tulipifera            Tulip Tree                                  E3, E5
62. Magnolia acuminata                 Cucumber Tree                                   C2   G                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         G
63. Magnolia x soulangiana             Saucer Magnolia (hybrid of M.denudata
                                       x M. Lilifora, planted end of WWII)             D3
64. Magnolia stellata                  Star Magnolia                                   F3
65. Matteuccia struthiopteris          Ostrich Fern                                    D3
66. Metasequoia glyptostroboides Dawn Redwood (China)                              B3, D3
67. Morus rubra                        Red Mulberry                                    F3                       1                                                2                            3                                             4                                   5                                               6
68. Osmunda cinnamomea                 Cinnamon Fern                                   B2
69. Oxydendron arboreum                Sourwood                                        B2        86. Pyrus malus                     Apple-graft from Newton’s tree       D5   105. Ulmus americana (f. ?)          Homestead Elm,resists Dutch Elm disease    D2   C    Swearer Bear                   Nicholas B. Swearer           E3
70. Parthenocissus tricuspidata        “Boston” Ivy                                    E3        87. Pyrus species                   Common Crab Apple                    E3   106. Ulmus parvifolia                Chinese Elm, Lacebark Elm                       D    “America One”                  Dusan Dzmonja                 D4
                                                                                                 88. Quercus alba                    White Oak                            B5                                        resistant to Dutch Elm disease             D2   E    “1-1/2”                        Carla Lavatelli               D4
71. Phyllostachys aurea                Bamboo                                  D3, E4, F2
                                                                                                 89. Quercus palustris               Pin Oak                              F3   107. Viburnum rhytidophyllum         Leather Leaf Viburnum                      D2   F    “Bridge Prop”                  Henry Moore                   D3
72. Picea engelmannii                  Engelmann Spruce                                C3
                                                                                                 90. Quercus phellos                 Willow Oak                           B3   108. Viburnum carlesii               Fragrant Viburnum                          D3   G    Weathervane                    Jonathan Bonner               D1
73. Pieris floribunda                  Andromeda                                       E2
                                                                                                 91. Quercus robur                   English Oak                          B2   109. Wisteria sinensis               Chinese Wisteria                           B2   H    “Art”                          Hugh Townley                  B3
74. Pinus mugo                         Swiss Moutain Pine, Mugo                        E4
                                                                                                 92. Quercus rubra                   Red Oak                              C3   110. Yucca filamentosa               Adam’s Needle                              F5    I   Antonio Machado Bust           Pablo Serrano                 B2
75. Pinus ponderosa                    Ponderosa Pine                                  F3
                                                                                                 93. Rhus radicans                   Poison Ivy                           B5   111. Zelkovia serrata                Oriental Elm                               F4   J    Caesar Augustus                                              E3
76. Pinus strobes (f. pendula)
77. Platanus occidentalis
                                       Weeping White Pine
                                       Sycamore, Plane Tree
                                                                                       E4
                                                                                       B3        94. Salix discolor                  Pussy Willow                         E2
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    K    Marcus Aurelius             }(copies of classical statues)   D3
78. Platanus (hybrid)                  London Plane Tree                                         95. Sassafras albidum               Sassafras Tree                       F4                                                                                        L    Untitled                       Grant Miller                  D5
                                       (a hybrid of occidentalis x orientalis)         E3        96. Sorbus sp.                      Mountain Ash                         F3   x-1   Environmental Studies Garden                                              C3   M    RI Granite Rock Garden                                       D4
79. Platanus orientalis                Eurasian Plane Tree                                       97. Spirea prunifolia               Bridal Wreath (Asia)                 B2   x-2   Privy (site of Original)                                                  E2   N    Dante Bust                     Paolo S. Abate                D2
                                       (Hippocrates’ Shade Tree on Kos)                D4        98. Stewartia pseudocamellia        Japanese Stewartia                   E2   x-3   Original Botanical Garden                                                 C3   0    War Memorial                   Richard Fleishner             D4
80. Prunus laurocerasus                Cherry Laurel                                   E4        99. Styphnolobium japanicum         Pagoda Tree                          D4   x-4   Carberry, J.S (sometimes)                                                 D3   P    Soldier’s Arch                 Charles A. Coolidge           D4
81. Prunus subhirtella (f. autumnalis) Fall-blooming Cherry (sometimes)                D3       100. Syringa vulgaris                Lilac                            C2, C3   x-5   Pump                                                                      D2   Q    Shearer Memorial Fountain      Howard Ben Tree               D3
82. Prunus subhirtella (f. pendula) Wheeping Cherry (Japan)                            B2       101. Thuja occidentalis              Arborvitae, Southern                 E2                                                                                        R    Untitled                       Grant Miller                  D5
                                                                                                                                                                                CAMPUS SCULPTURE                    SCULPTOR                                  KEY
83. Pseudolarix amabilis               Golden Larch (China)                            B3       102. Tsuga canadensis                Canadian (Eastern) Hemlock           D3                                                                                        S    Lines of sight                 Diane Samuels                 C3
84. Pyracantha sp.                     Asia                                            F3       103. Tsuga canadensis (f. pendula)   Sargent Hemlock                      E2     A The Brown Bear                   Eli Harvey                                 D3
85. Pyrus communis                     Bradford Pear (sterile)                     B3, B4       104. Ulmus americana                 American Elm                         E2     B Bear Fountain                    (unknown)                                  E2
                                          his map with index will allow
                                          you to locate and identify
                                          approximately 100 trees, shrubs
                               T          and ferns found on the Brown
                               campus. In addition, you can use the map
                               to visit 19 sculpture sites, as well as 5
                               other sites of interest.
                               Each number printed in green on the map
CAMPUS                         marks the site of an individual plant
                               which can be identified by reference to the
                                                                             Our thanks are owed to the cooperative
                               numerical index.
                                                                             staff of Plant Operations and to numerous
                               Conversely, if you want to see a specimen     individuals whose attention to plantings in
TREES &                        of a particular genus, the alphabetical       the past and present has led to the diversity
                               genus listing gives the map coordinates of    we now enjoy on the Brown campus.
                               the plant, as well as its common name.
                                                                             We want especially to acknowledge the
                               Additional genera can be seen by taking a
                                                                             invaluable assistance in identification
                               tour of the greenhouse.
                                                                             given by the late Professor Hubert J.
SHRUBS                                                                       Dyer and by Patrick Vetere, Grounds
                                                                             Superintendent.
and other points of interest
                                                                             Annette W. Coleman
                                                                             Professor of Biology, Emerita
                                                                             2006
The Key to
a Self-Guided Tour
of Brown University
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