While Corylopsis are found in the Cosby Courtyard, the Entrance Garden, Terry Shane Teaching Garden, and the Winter Garden, the lion's share are in the John W. Nason Garden. There are 11 different Corylopis on campus. All of them are grown for their pendant clusters of yellow flowers occurring from the end of March into early April. There are also several species which have a sweet fragrance. Pictured below is Corylopsis veitchiana in the Cosby Courtyard and Corylopsis sinensis var. calvescens.
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