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The Japanese apricot tree, native to Asia, brings a little cheerfulness to late winter—and its blossoms offer a preview of spring.
You may be familiar with witch hazel as an astringent, bug repellent or disinfectant for wounds. However, witch hazel is actually a shrub — and you can see (and smell) one lovely variety at Arlington National Cemetery.
A dwarf hackberry growing in Section 8 of Arlington National Cemetery (ANC) is the most recent addition to ANC’s list of state champion and co-champion trees.
Winterberry holly (Ilex verticillata) is an outstanding shrub for brightening a landscape during winter's gloomy, overcast days. Tiny white flowers give way to spectacular red berries.