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Pittosporum is framing the waterfall. 2 kinds of ferns.  Maidenhair fern is on column at the lower left.  Pittosporum blooms in the spring, small white flowers, very fragrant.

Pittosporum is framing the waterfall. 2 kinds of ferns. Maidenhair fern is on column at the lower left. Pittosporum blooms in the spring, small white flowers, very fragrant.

Papyrus, grows along the banks of the Nile River.  Egyptians used it to make paper 3,000 years ago.

Papyrus, grows along the banks of the Nile River. Egyptians used it to make paper 3,000 years ago.

In order to move on, you must understand why you felt what you did & why no longer need to feel it.

In order to move on, you must understand why you felt what you did & why no longer need to feel it.

Redbud flowers close up.  These understory trees bloom in March and are located throughout ZBG.

Redbud flowers close up. These understory trees bloom in March and are located throughout ZBG.

Texas Red Oak, Quercus buckleyi.  This tree is on the ADA trail near the lower gate to the Taniguchi Garden.  More info:  http://texastreeplanting.tamu.edu/Display_Onetree.aspx?tid=75

Texas Red Oak, Quercus buckleyi. This tree is on the ADA trail near the lower gate to the Taniguchi Garden. More info: http://texastreeplanting.tamu.edu/Display_Onetree.aspx?tid=75

Japanese Maple, Acer palmatum   This is located in the Taniguchi Garden next to the AU pond.  more information at:  http://texastreeplanting.tamu.edu/Display_Onetree.aspx?tid=4

Japanese Maple, Acer palmatum This is located in the Taniguchi Garden next to the AU pond. more information at: http://texastreeplanting.tamu.edu/Display_Onetree.aspx?tid=4

Mexican Buckeye in the winter.  The seedpods will remain all year, so this is an easy small tree to identify!  Pink flowers in the spring, very drought tolerant.  Leaves can turn yellow in the summer and fall off, not harmful to the tree.  Guess what, it isn't a true buckeye.  More info:  http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/ornamentals/nativeshrubs/ungnadiaspecio.htm

Mexican Buckeye in the winter. The seedpods will remain all year, so this is an easy small tree to identify! Pink flowers in the spring, very drought tolerant. Leaves can turn yellow in the summer and fall off, not harmful to the tree. Guess what, it isn't a true buckeye. More info: http://aggie-horticulture.tamu.edu/ornamentals/nativeshrubs/ungnadiaspecio.htm

Redbud Tree, Cercis canadensis.  I'm not sure if this is Eastern or Texas Redbud, but my guess is Eastern.  More info:  http://texastreeplanting.tamu.edu/Display_Onetree.aspx?tid=15

Redbud Tree, Cercis canadensis. I'm not sure if this is Eastern or Texas Redbud, but my guess is Eastern. More info: http://texastreeplanting.tamu.edu/Display_Onetree.aspx?tid=15

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