- Marshall Seedless Green Ash (Fraxinus pennsylvanica 'Marshall's Seedless')
This specimen is a common upright oval to rounded shade tree of rapid growth and establishment, having yellow to chartreuse fall color.
The Walters State Foundation Honor/Memorial Tree Program provides the opportunity
for individuals or groups to create a living memorial. For a one-time donation, a
tree can be planted on Walters State's grounds recognizing a person or event. Dedicating
a tree creates a growing homage that keeps on giving and promotes a better environment.
The Honor/Memorial Tree Program began in 2006 as a way to create a living memorial and to enhance the arboretum collection. This program allows donors the opportunity to choose a tree from a list of recommended trees for a one-time donation of $300.00. The tree can be named "In Memory of" or "In Honor of" a loved one, group, or event. The $300.00 donation includes installation, a permanent engraved plaque, and a survival guarantee for the average life of the tree.
The college's Facilities Management and Agriculture/Production Horticulture departments will determine a planting site that is best suited to the survival of the tree on the designated campus of your choice. While trees may be ordered at any time, they will only be planted during their dormant phase. For additional information, contact the Walters State Community College Foundation at 423.585.2629.
Special requests for unique, non-native trees will be considered; however, an additional donation may be necessary to cover the extra cost of the tree.
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