The word on the street:

The tree at the north side of the park is a Sweetgum that replaces the Horse chestnut that was taken down last year. There are three new Serviceberry trees in the SW corner that replace the Lilacs by the river access. And in the SE corner by the planter is a new Hophornbeam tree.

New trees for Sunken Garden Park

 

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New trees in Sunken Garden Park

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