Tree Flash
 

What is Tree Flash?

A Tree Flash is a short, fun, interactive program led by Holden staff experts and focused on plants, and plant-related topics. These impromptu gatherings will be held when the featured plant, garden or topic is at its best. Tree Flash participation may be large or small depending on who shows up.

 

What can I expect?

Each Tree Flash will meet at the Corning Visitor Center and takes place outdoors. Dress for the weather of the day. Length of program and walking conditions will be indicated in each Tree Flash announcement.

 

Is there a charge?

Each Tree Flash is free for members. Nonmembers pay gate admission.

 

How do I find out about a Tree Flash?

Tree Flash

 

Cutleaf Japanese Maple at Lantern Court

The Next Tree Flash

The Asian Maples of Lantern Court

Saturday, Oct. 26

1:30 - 3pm

 

Meet at the Lantern Court Parking Lot

9203 Kirtland-Chardon Road, Kirtland, Ohio

 

Ethan Johnson, Holden's plant records curator; and Clem Hamilton, our president and CEO, will lead participants on a walking tour through the gardens of Lantern Court in search of stunning examples of Asian maples in the gardens of this classic country estate.

 

Johnson and Hamilton have selected examples that showcase how maples from Korea, Japan and China have taken root in Ohio gardens, adding spectacular fall foliage to the October landscape.

 

Learn more about the ornamental attributes of these spectacular trees, as well as the cultural requirements for successfully including them in your own home landscape.

 

Easy walking on grass. This program is free for members and included with admission for nonmembers. There is no need to register.

 

Japanese maple at Lantern Court