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LWC Landscape Director Taft Neal IDs Flowering Plum

Taft Neal writes:
That is called a Flowering plum I planted when the building was enlarged - Taft Neal
Comments re photo 65542 Scenic Adair County KY Lindsey Wilson campus in Easter time

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Scenic Adair County, KY: Lindsey Wilson campus in Easter time

2016-03-23 - Norma & Glenn Hodge Center, 402 Helen Flatt Drive, Columbia, KY. - Photo by Ed Waggener, CM photo.
Lindsey Wilson's campus is beautiful at this time, and flowers are cooperating in a timely manner for this early easter. Above The Hodge Center is in the foreground, world famous Begley Chapel's double crowns provide the background. - EW (wish we could tell you the name of the flowering shrub, but plead ignorance at this time, and would be much obliged for enlightenment.) - Enlightenment came quickly. Click Read More for letter from Taft Neal who planted the Flowering Plum when the Hodge Center addition was built.

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