2012/05/17/Will Cook notes

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This was transcribed from handscribbled notes made as we walked around the yard at 122 Pinecrest (aka the Hypertwins Outdoor Arboretum) with Will Cook.

part 0

This seems to be first, but it's unlabeled. I don't know why I called the next section Part 1 instead of Part 2; perhaps this unlabeled section is actually the second part of Part 1.

  • Sugar Maple
  • American Beech
  • Black Gum
  • European Laurel Cherry (the thing that is not Rhododendron)
  • Sugarberry (over slide)

part 1

I think we were wandering past the swingset by this time...

  • Black Gum (by slope)
  • Mock Orange (confirmation)
  • Red Maple (Wisteria-laden tree on other side of right-of-way)
  • Red Maple (near brush pile)
  • Shortleaf Pine
  • Loblolly Pine

part 2

Presumably this starts by the back corner of the house by the bay window

  • Euphorbia (confirmation)
  • Salvia (purple flowers)
  • Mistflower
  • Primrose
  • frondy thing is a mystery
  • Abelia (butterfly bush)
  • Southern Red Oak
  • Muscadine (Scuppernong)
  • Mugwort
  • Dock
  • Hop-Hornbeam (behind large pine)
  • Downy Arrowwood (in front)
  • White Ash (near fallen pine)

part 3

  • Chincopean (sp?)
  • Winged Elm
  • other 1/2 lot:
    • Hickory? (smaller tree) Bitter Nut Hickory
    • Walnut (larger tree)

part 4

  • American Elm (wisteria snaking up)
  • White Ash (sapling)
  • White Ash (larger, by pool)

(some kind of discontinuity here -- probably changed location)

  • Ebony Spleenwort (fern)
  • Mahonia - Chinese invasive
  • Youngia Japonica - new invasive
  • American Elm - next to Grays' yard
  • Elephant's Foot