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Native to Japan and cultivated in gardens and arboretums all across the US since the mid-1800s, katsura leaves release a special compound called maltol that gives the air a cotton candy-like aroma.
There have been two or three cases of the disease found in the Arnold Arboretum.
We made no use of this lovely day, except to walk to an Arboretum and Pinetum on the outskirts of the town.
A very handsome tree from Spain, and reported hardy at the Arnold Arboretum.
On his own magnificent estate, as well as at the Arboretum, this superb shrub or small tree riots in rosy beauty in early spring.
The arboretum in Monks Road is the principal pleasure-ground; and there is a race-course.
You can take my bag round while I walk up through the arboretum and let myself in by the Garden Room.
JANE OGLANDERMARIE BELLOC LOWNDES
Besides the works above mentioned, see Louden, Arboretum, ii.
Including the arboretum, their total area did not then exceed 11 acres.
A specimen, much admired, grows in the Arnold Arboretum in Boston.
TREES WORTH KNOWINGJULIA ELLEN ROGERS

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