"THE DELL"

Nature Trail

A new experience for visitors to the arboretum is "The Dell" nature trail located just west of the main Waterways path. This unique area introduced in summer of 2019 features a collection of flowering shrubs and trees along a natural path bermed on both sides and partially canopied by Cottonwoods, Buckthorn, Conifers and Russian Olive. The introduction of Magnolias, Rhododendrons, Azaelas, Flowering Almonds and Potentillas make this a special location for Montana. Future plans call for Hibiscus, Hydrangea. Prunus Triloba and more Viburnums, all that will add to the fragrant solitude that we call "The Dell".

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2019 INTRODUCTIONS

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2019-014  WW24

Magnolia  'Leonard Messel'

Magnolia x loebneri

Magnoliaceae

Number in accession: 2

Source: Canyon Creek 

Source: MUCFA Grant

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2019-009  WW21

Azalea Tri-Lights

Rhododendron

Ericaceae

Number in accession: 4

Source: Canyon Creek

Source: MUCFA Grant

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2019-010   WW23

Flowering Dwarf Almond

Prunus glandulosa

'Rosea Plena'

Number in accession: 4

Source: Canyon Creek

Source: Donation

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2019-008  WW22

Rhododendron 'PJM'

Rhododendron

Ericaceae

Number in accession: 2

Source: Canyon Creek

Source: MUCFA Grant

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2019-011   WW26

Viburnum 'Blue Muffin'

Viburnum dentatum

'Christom'

Caprifoliceae

Number in accession: 2

Source: Canyon Creek

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2019-042  WW32

Potentilla-Pink Beauty

Shrub Cinquefoil

Rosaceae

Number in accession: 5

Source: Canyon Creek

Source: Donation

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