Welcome to Wave Hill! Here is the lovely White Oak before renewing its irregularly shaped leaves.
|Here is the Hardy Kiwi, b. 1967. Wikipedia says, "Actinidia arguta (hardy kiwi) is a perennial vine native to Japan, Korea, Northern China, and Russian Siberia. It produces a small fruit resembling the kiwifruit."|
|In casual conversation Wave Hill's Chief Arts Curator Jennifer McGregor remarked, "The trees in winter are Wave Hill's sculpture garden." Witness the grand Sugar Maple. Look at the shadows--the structure of each tree!|
|Love this crazy Beaked Yucca (Yucca Rostrenta) at the entrance of Glyndor Gallery, our studio for the moment.|
|Copper Beech - one of two, originally one of five,|
called Estate Trees because they require so much room to grow.
|Crapemyrtle Cultivar (red bark with patches of light gray)|
|The Cut Leaf Japanese Maple, Weeping Form|
|Arbor Vitae Thuja Occidentalis cultivar: globosa|
|Dawn Redwood armpits|
|Beautiful small Japanese Maple|
|Upright European Hornbeam with red Winterberry Holly Cultivar berries in front|
|Extension of small Japanese Maple, right side. Left equally captivating.--come see it!|
|Small-Leaved Linden - read Charles Day's post on Wave Hill's blog here: Wave Hill Blog Link|
|Magnolia buds - with the recent cold, will they bloom? Once they warm up inside the bud, and sap starts to run, they are vulnerable to the elements.|
Thank you to Wave Hill and Charles Day.