Field Trip at the Arkansas State Capitol on October 26

Field trips of the Arkansas Native Plant Society are for current and future members. (That’s right: Everyone is welcome!)  Botanists from around the state lead these enjoyable and informative walks.  Please let trip leaders know you are coming in case of last minute changes.  Be sure to call them if the weather is uncertain.

Saturday, October 26, 2013. 10 a.m. on the Capitol steps
Arkansas State Capitol Grounds, Little Rock.

Leader: Eric Sundell  (870-723-1089).

Join us for a tour of the majestic trees of the Capitol grounds, including ginkgo (possibly in fall splendor), a near-champion red mulberry, and a ring of Kentucky coffee trees, two of which should be bearing fruit with fertile seeds.  Meet on the Capitol steps at 10 a.m.

Kentucky Cofee TreeSee also Neat Plant Alert:  Kentucky Coffee Tree

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