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Channel Garden, Boardwalk and Beechwood Overlook

The Beech Wood Overlook and the Channel Overlook in Storza Woods are clad in stone with beautiful pebble mosaics underfoot. (Acer henryi) and Acer triflorum, known for their fall color and beautiful bark, are planted in the overlooks. Other small, flowering, understory trees, shrubs and perennials have been planted along the boardwalk, in the first phase of a long-term planting plan for the entire channel garden. The Channel Overlook also highlights our city champion tulip poplar.

Ostrich Fern

The tallest native fern in North America impresses with near-vertical 6-foot fronds in the Channel, Boardwalk and Beechwood Overlooks of Storza Woods.
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Chinese Witch Hazel

Follow your nose to the Channel, Boardwalk and Beechwood Overlooks of Storza Woods, as this fragrant bloomer attracts guests in early to midwinter.
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Japanese Spikenard

The striking golden foliage of the 'Sun King' stands out in the Channel, Boardwalk and Beechwood Overlooks of Storza Woods.
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Henry’s Maple

This classic maple near the Channel, Boardwalk and Beechwood Overlooks in Storza Woods might not catch your eye until fall when it's ablaze in shades of red.
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Redvein Enkianthus

This shrub of red and pink blooms loves the shade of the Channel, Boardwalk and Beechwood Overlooks in the Gardens in Storza Woods.
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