Hidden Treasure of the Arboretum: Enchanting Ehretia
The Arboretum is home to two species in the genus Ehretia that are rarely grown in our region. Ehretia dicksonii and Ehretia acuminata are small trees native to East Asia, and both produce copious, fragrant, white summer flowers. They can be found in shady Rhododendron Glen. In the latest issue of the Bulletin, garden writer Daniel Mount profiles both species and tells you how to get to them in the Arboretum. Read full article.