Answer to the Front Page Picture of the Week Question
for January 3rd - 12th, 2005
This is a detailed view of one of the Capitol Columns.
This is a detailed view of one of the National Capitol Columns
located at the National Capitol Columns Overlook, situated between the
National Herb Garden and the
Azalea Collections. This is
one of the few flowers you will see at the Arboretum that is carved in stone [and therefore is
believed to be hardy in
USDA hardiness zones 1 through 11].
It is thought that it is a representation of
the southern magnolia, Magnolia grandiflora.
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