What’s in Bloom


The Arboretum’s diverse living collection set amidst a quintessential Vineyard landscape offers beauty and interest to visitors on every day of the year. Even in the depths of Winter gorgeous bark, showy fruits and even some flowers provide beauty and interest for those who venture out to explore.  Once Spring arrives the Arboretum offers an ever-changing procession of bloom that extends well into Fall.  This regularly updated list highlights what plants are currently in bloom or are significant for a showy display of fruit or foliage.

As of  January 23hamamelis vernalis jan 13

Cyclamen hedarifolium – INTERESTING FOLIAGE
Edgeworthia chrysantha – Paper BushINTERESTING BUDS
Hamamelis vernalis – Ozark Witch Hazel – Pictured here
x intermedia ‘Jelena’- Witch Hazel
Hamamelis x intermedia
‘Antoine Kort’Witch Hazel

Ilex ‘Harvest Red’ – Hybrid Winterberry
Ilex ‘Lydia Morris’ – Hybrid Evergreen Holly
Ilex ‘Sparkleberry’ – Hybrid Winterberry
Ilex x altaclerensis -  ‘ Camelliifolia’ – Highclere Holly
Ilex x altaclerensisn – ‘N.Y.B.G., No. 2 – Highclere Holly

Ilex aquifolium – English Holly
Ilex decidua ‘Council Fire’ – Possumhaw Holly
Ilex decidua – ‘Pocahontas’ – Possumhaw Holly
Ilex opaca- American Holly
Ilex opaca - ‘Canary’ – American Holly – yellow fruited
Ilex opaca -’ Martha’s Vineyard’ – American Holly
Ilex opaca - ‘Miss Helen; – American Holly
Ilex opaca – ‘Satyr Hill’ – American Holly
Ilex opaca – ‘Villanova’ – American Holly – yellow fruited
Ilex verticillata – ‘Autumn Glow’ – Winterberry
Ilex verticillata – ‘Bright Horizons’ – Winterberry
Ilex verticillata – ‘St. Mary’ – Winterberry
Ilex verticillata – ‘Stop Light’ – Winterberry
Ilex verticillata – ‘Sunset’ – Winterberry
Ilex verticillata – ‘Winter Gold’ – Winterberry
Ilex verticillata – ‘Winter Red’ – Winterberry

Malus hupehensis -
Tea Crab Apple – FRUIT
Malus hupehensis - cv. ‘Wayne Douglas’ – Tea Crab Apple – FRUIT