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Special Collections

Crosby Arboretum

The Crosby Arboretum is dedicated to educating the public about their environment. This mission is carried out by preserving, protecting, and displaying plants native to the Pearl River Drainage Basin ecosystem, providing environmental and botanical research opportunities, and offering cultural, scientific, and recreational programs. The Arboretum displays three basic habitats found in this ecosystem. They are a Savanna exhibit, a Woodland exhibit, and an Aquatic exhibit. Both drastic and subtle changes in landscape patterns can be observed within each exhibit. In addition to the 104-acre interpretive site, the Arboretum also maintains collectively over 1,000 acres of off-site natural areas that are preserved for scientific study.

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Gaylussacia dumosaDwarf huckleberry
Galium tinctoriumStiff marsh bedstraw
Geranium maculatumSpotted geranium
Wild geranium
Cranesbill
Gelsemium sempervirensCarolina Jessamine
Yellow Jessamine
Evening Trumpetflower
Poor Man's Rope
Gordonia lasianthusGordonia
Loblolly bay
Halesia dipteraTwo-wing silverbell
Two-winged silverbell
Silverbell
American snowdrop tree
Snowdrop tree
Snowbell
Cowlicks
Hamamelis virginianaWitch hazel
American witch hazel
Helianthus angustifoliusSwamp sunflower
Narrowleaf sunflower
Narrow-leaved sunflower
Helenium vernaleSavannah sneezeweed
Hibiscus aculeatusComfortroot
Big thicket hibiscus
Pineland hibiscus
Hibiscus lasiocarposWoolly rose-mallow
Woolly mallow
Rose-mallow
False cotton
Hypericum crux-andreaeSt. Peter's-wort
Hypericum gentianoidesOrangegrass
Pineweed
Hypericum gymnanthumClaspingleaf St. John's-wort
Hypoxis hirsutaCommon Goldstar
Yellow star-grass
Eastern yellow star-grass
Hydrangea quercifoliaOakleaf hydrangea
Oak-leaf hydrangea
Hypericum tetrapetalumFourpetal St. John's-wort
Ilex amelanchierSarvis holly
Swamp holly
Ilex coriaceaBaygall bush
Large gallberry
Gallberry
Tall inkberry holly
Inkberry holly
Shining inkberry
Inkberry
Ilex deciduaPossumhaw
Possumhaw holly
Deciduous holly
Meadow holly
Prairie holly
Swamp holly
Welk holly
Deciduous yaupon
Bearberry
Winterberry
Illicium floridanumFlorida anisetree
Florida anise
Anise tree
Stinkbush
Ilex glabraInkberry
Gallberry
Ilex myrtifoliaMyrtle dahoon
Myrtle leaf holly
Myrtle holly
Ilex opacaAmerican holly
White holly
Prickly holly
Evergreen holly
Christmas holly
Yule holly
Ilex verticillataCommon winterberry
Winterberry
Michigan holly
Black alder
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