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New Dawn Rising at Ohio State University’s Secrest Arboretum The Garden Evolution Conference May 22, 2013 Jim Chatfield, Ken Cochran and Mary Maloney The Ohio State University

Beacon of the SouthWest: 

Beacon of the SouthWest

Sedona Red Rock Area: 

Sedona Red Rock Area

Cacti: 

Cacti

Rarely seen by the uninitiated Pawpaw, Asimina triloba: 

Rarely seen by the uninitiated Pawpaw, Asimina triloba

Birches, Betula spp.: 

Birches, Betula spp.

Redbud and Serviceberry: 

Redbud and Serviceberry

Name This Plant: 

Name This Plant

Leonard Messel Magnolia: 

Leonard Messel Magnolia

Saucer Magnolia: 

Saucer Magnolia

Buckeyes Rising: 

Buckeyes Rising

And Flowering: 

And Flowering

Crablandia: Secrest & OARDC: 

Crablandia: Secrest & OARDC

Espalier!: 

Espalier!

Raintree Emerging: 

Raintree Emerging

Katsuratree Flowers: 

Katsuratree Flowers

Three Flowered Maple: 

Three Flowered Maple

Sweetgum in Flower and Leaf: 

Sweetgum in Flower and Leaf

An Ode to Sweetgum Fruits: 

An Ode to Sweetgum Fruits

Water Flowers…: 

Water Flowers…

On The Beech…: 

On The Beech…

Dogwoods Rising: 

Dogwoods Rising

Carolina Silverbells in Central Park: 

Carolina Silverbells in Central Park

Donor Garden into the City: 

Donor Garden into the City

Sassafras on the High Line: 

Sassafras on the High Line

Window Tree…Window Tree: 

Window Tree…Window Tree

Deer and Horticultural Form: 

Deer and Horticultural Form

See The World in a Different Way: 

See The World in a Different Way

Mighty Oaks: 

Mighty Oaks

Parvis e glandibus quercus Mighty oaks from little acorns grow: 

Parvis e glandibus quercus Mighty oaks from little acorns grow

New Dawn Rising at Secrest: 

New Dawn Rising at Secrest Due to a September 2010 tornado over 1000 large trees were lost at the Secrest Arboretum of The Ohio State University in Wooster, Ohio. Partnerships for renewal were profound: public donors, the green industry, student and youth groups, from six figure donations to single trees. A key was seven figure insurance recovery from a Lost Tree Inventory based on landscape value (ISA) and ecological audits ( i -Tree). Two thousand new trees by September 16, 2012.

Dawn Redwoods: 

Dawn Redwoods

Green Benefits: 

Green Benefits Spurred Inventory with Davey Passion of Arboretum Friends Tree Campus USA: Wooster Campus Why Trees Matter TREEconomics Insurance

Secrest Curator Ken Cochran 9-20-10: 

Secrest Curator Ken Cochran 9-20-10

Crablandia: 

Crablandia

Welcome: 9-10-10: 

Welcome: 9-10-10

The New Jack and Deb Miller Arboretum Building: 9-10-10: 

The New Jack and Deb Miller Arboretum Building: 9-10-10

Dave Nielsen and Fred Robinson Arrive at the Workshop:9-10-10: 

Dave Nielsen and Fred Robinson Arrive at the Workshop:9-10-10

Plant DiagnosticWorkshop: Joe Boggs Teaches: 9-10-10: 

Plant DiagnosticWorkshop: Joe Boggs Teaches: 9-10-10

Cactus Outside New Building 9-10-10: 

Cactus Outside New Building 9-10-10

September 16 Tornado: 

September 16 Tornado OARDC and Secrest Arboretum: Wooster, OH: EF-2 Tornado No serious physical injuries Extensive building damage Over 1500 large trees lost ISA Landscape Value of Trees: ~ $1.5 million i -Tree Environmental services of trees lost

Welcome: 9-10-10: 

Welcome: 9-10-10

Jack and Deb Miller Pavilion 9-17-10: 

Jack and Deb Miller Pavilion 9-17-10

The View From the Pavilion 9-17-10: 

The View From the Pavilion 9-17-10

Pavilion Contents in the Trees 9-17-10: 

Pavilion Contents in the Trees 9-17-10

The Chair & White Pine 9-17-10: 

The Chair & White Pine 9-17-10

A View up Crabapple Lane: 9-17-10: 

A View up Crabapple Lane: 9-17-10

Planetrees in Fisher Parking Lot 9-17-2010: 

Planetrees in Fisher Parking Lot 9-17-2010

Urban Elm Downed: 9-17-10: 

Urban Elm Downed: 9-17-10

The Sycamore Forest: 9-17: 

The Sycamore Forest: 9-17

Crablandia I: 9-17-10: 

Crablandia I: 9-17-10

Crablandia II: 9-17-10: 

Crablandia II: 9-17-10

Rhody and Crabapple Blowing In 9-17-2010: 

Rhody and Crabapple Blowing In 9-17-2010

But part of that rhody holds on… and will survive! : 

But part of that rhody holds on… and will survive!

Silver Maple Stands Amid Debris 9-17-2010: 

Silver Maple Stands Amid Debris 9-17-2010

Entering the New Gardens 9-10-17: 

Entering the New Gardens 9-10-17

Ohio Buckeye and Background 9-17-10: 

Ohio Buckeye and Background 9-17-10

View to the Amphitheatre 9-17-10: 

View to the Amphitheatre 9-17-10

Umbrella Magnolias to the Right 9-17-10: 

Umbrella Magnolias to the Right 9-17-10

The White Pine Archway 9-17-10: 

The White Pine Archway 9-17-10

Shredding of Leaves on Trees 9-17-10: 

Shredding of Leaves on Trees 9-17-10

The Powerful Nature of Wind 9-17-10: 

The Powerful Nature of Wind 9-17-10

Arborvitae Grove Lives! 9-17-10: 

Arborvitae Grove Lives! 9-17-10

The Power of Wind 9-17-10: 

The Power of Wind 9-17-10

Smaller trees often prevailed 9-18-10: 

Smaller trees often prevailed 9-18-10

But it could be devastating 9-18-10: 

But it could be devastating 9-18-10

Greenhouses were crushed 9-18-10: 

Greenhouses were crushed 9-18-10

Dolgo Crabapple Sculpture Roy Lichtenstein? 9-18-10: 

Dolgo Crabapple Sculpture Roy Lichtenstein? 9-18-10

Cactus Outside New Building 9-10-10: 

Cactus Outside New Building 9-10-10

Remember That Cactus? 9-18-10: 

Remember That Cactus? 9-18-10

Still standing, but leaves blew in! 9-18-10: 

Still standing, but leaves blew in! 9-18-10

Sign of the 9-16-10 Times : 

Sign of the 9-16-10 Times

Stop: 

Stop

OARDC Shines On and On 9-17-10: 

OARDC Shines On and On 9-17-10

Lost Tree Inventory: 9-19-10: 

Lost Tree Inventory: 9-19-10

From the Future: Cathy Herms 9-19-10: 

From the Future: Cathy Herms 9-19-10

GPS: Primitive &Advanced 9-19-10: 

GPS: Primitive &Advanced 9-19-10

Pin Oak Diameter of 42 Inches 9-19-10 : 

Pin Oak Diameter of 42 Inches 9-19-10

Ken always said these really grew 9-19-10: 

Ken a lways said these really grew 9-19-10

Crablandia I is a Memory 9-19-10: 

Crablandia I is a Memory 9-19-10

Felling Trees in Sycamore Forest 9-20-10: 

Felling Trees in Sycamore Forest 9-20-10

Sycamore: Bone Structure of the Landscape 9-20-10: 

Sycamore: Bone Structure of the Landscape 9-20-10

Golden Crabapple Dust 9-20-10: 

Golden Crabapple Dust 9-20-10

Stone House Oaks and Campus 9-20-10: 

Stone House Oaks and Campus 9-20-10

The Tree Amigos 9-20-10: 

The Tree Amigos 9-20-10

Bruce and Root Ball 9-20-10: 

Bruce and Root Ball 9-20-10

John with Selby Hall in Background 9-20-10: 

John with Selby Hall in Background 9-20-10

Cathy Hugs a Tree 9-20-10: 

Cathy Hugs a Tree 9-20-10

Raining Acorns! 9-19-10: 

Raining Acorns! 9-19-10

Parvis e glandibus quercus Mighty oaks from little acorns grow: 

Parvis e glandibus quercus Mighty oaks from little acorns grow

Secrest Curator Ken Cochran 9-20-10: 

Secrest Curator Ken Cochran 9-20-10

Joe Cochran Rebuilds 9-20-10: 

Joe Cochran Rebuilds 9-20-10

September 16 Tornado: 

September 16 Tornado OARDC and Secrest Arboretum: Wooster, OH: EF-2 Tornado No serious physical injuries Extensive building damage Over 1500 large trees lost ISA Landscape Value of Trees: ~ $1.5 million i -Tree Environmental services of trees lost

Umbrella Magnolia Arise! 9-21-10: 

Umbrella Magnolia Arise! 9-21-10

Umbrella Magnolia Fruits and Seed! 9-30-10: 

Umbrella Magnolia Fruits and Seed! 9-30-10

Arbor Day 2011: 

Arbor Day 2011

Spring 2011:The Pavilion…And Trees: 

Spring 2011:The Pavilion…And Trees

New Tree Plantings: 

New Tree Plantings

Tree-wo-Jima: 

Tree- wo -Jima

The Thousandth Tree: 

The Thousandth Tree

A Lost Katsuratree?: 

A Lost Katsuratree ?

Katsuratree Seedlings: 

Katsuratree Seedlings

Montessori Seedlings: 

Montessori Seedlings

Dan Herms and Jennifer Koch Dedicating Ash Plot at 5:29: 

Dan Herms and Jennifer Koch Dedicating Ash Plot at 5:29

A Check From Master Gardeners : 

A Check From Master Gardeners

Remember the Pavilion?: 

Remember the Pavilion? September 9, 2011 Jim Chatfield Teaching in Front of the New Jack and Deb Miller Pavilion

The Future Is Now: 

The Future Is Now

Enter The New Secrest Arboretum: 

Enter The New Secrest Arboretum

Gied, Lisa, and Buckeye: 

Gied , Lisa, and Buckeye

The Ghentisburg Address: 

The Ghentisburg Address Abraham Lincoln: Morrill Land Grant College July 2,1862 The Battle of Gettysburg July 1-3, 1863 Edmund Secrest Arrives in Wooster 1908 Secrest Arboretum Tornado Sept 16, 2010 The Ghentisburg Address July 2, 2012 @ the 2 nd International Symposium of Woody Ornamentals of the Temperate Zone, Ghent Belgium

The Ghentisburg Address: 

The Ghentisburg Address Five score and four years ago, Edmund Secrest brought forth upon the barren land a new vision, dedicated to the proposition that trees, yes forests, are the future for this land.

The Ghentisburg Address: 

The Ghentisburg Address Now, many of those trees planted are now fallen. Let us dedicate henceforth to honor these fallen giants, that we will remember and bring forth to these lands a new dawn rising, of trees, of forests, of land that in the words of Aldo Leopold yields a cultural harvest never to be forgotten.

Rising Sun Redbud: 

Rising Sun Redbud

A New Dawn Rising: 

A New Dawn Rising

Green Benefits: 

Green Benefits Spurred Inventory with Davey Passion of Arboretum Friends Tree Campus USA: Wooster Campus Why Trees Matter TREEconomics Insurance

Tree Campus USA: 

Tree Campus USA

TCUSA Certification is Like The Football Team Winning a National Championship! : 

TCUSA Certification is Like The Football Team Winning a National Championship!

Mary Maloney and iTree: 

Mary Maloney and iTree

Tree Benefits: 

Tree Benefits

Arbor Day and Arbor Blitz: 

Arbor Day and Arbor Blitz

ARBOBLITZ 2012: STICKS: 

ARBOBLITZ 2012: STICKS

OSU Tree Campus Arbo-Charrette October 9, 2012: 

OSU Tree Campus Arbo-Charrette October 9, 2012 Ohio State University Tree Campus Committee

Arbo-Charrette: Trees For Today : 

Arbo-Charrette : Trees For Today Callery pear ( Pyrus calleryana ) Red maple-silver maple complex ( Acer rubrum , A.saccharinum , Acer X freemanii ) Norway maple ( Acer platanoides ) Sugar maple ( Acer saccharum ) Red oak ( Quercus rubra ) Pin oak ( Quercus palustris ) White oak ( Quercus alba ) and white oak group (chestnut, swamp white, etc.) Honeylocust ( Gleditsia triancanthos inermis ) Ohio buckeye ( Aesculus glabra ) Catalpa ( Catalpa speciosa )

Callery Pear (Pyrus calleryana): 

Callery Pear ( Pyrus calleryana )

The Story of Fireblight: Hosts: 

The Story of Fireblight: Hosts Rosaceae, esp. apple, pear, pyracantha Crabapples: ‘Golden Raindrops’, ‘Sinai Fire’, ‘Firebird’, ‘Silver Moon’ Callery pears: ‘Aristocrat’, ‘Autumn Blaze’

The Callery Pear Story I: 

The Callery Pear Story I Asian native. Brought to USA for genes for resistance to bacterial fireblight disease Seen as excellent candidate for a street tree. White flowers, glossy green foliage, excellent fall color, almost no fruits. Lost favor due to bad crotch angles for cultivars such as ‘Bradford’

Pyrus calleryana Callery Pear: 

Pyrus calleryana Callery Pear

The Callery Pear Story II: 

The Callery Pear Story II Other cultivars such as “Cleveland Select’ and ‘Aristocrat’ replaced “Bradford’ due to less tendency to break in storms. …But another problem emerged Over time, more and more fruits were observed! Cultivars are crossing – and now this is seen by many as an invasive species.

Pyrus calleryana ‘Cleveland Select’ CALLERY PEAR: 

Pyrus calleryana var. ‘Cleveland Select’ CALLERY PEAR ENLTT images 2005 Pyrus calleryana ‘Cleveland Select’ CALLERY PEAR

Suddenly things CHANGED!: 

Suddenly things CHANGED!

Angry Birds: 

Angry Birds

Linnaeus in Uppsala : 

Linnaeus in Uppsala “ What forays they must have been! Botanizing with Linnaeus would have been the equivalent of studying geometry with Euclid, or taking a writing class from Shakespeare. In keeping with Linnaeus’ orderly disposition, the expeditions were organized with the precision of a military campaign, with designated note takers, specimen collectors, and bird shooters. A bugle would sound when rare species were found. At the end of the ramble - up to 12 hours during the Baltic summer months - the party would troop back to town, waving banners, blowing horns, and beating kettledrums. At the botanic garden a shout would go up, Vivat Linnaeus ! ” – Kennedy Warne

Tree Campus USA Wooster: 

Tree Campus USA Wooster OSU Wooster Campus: OARDC, Secrest Arboretum, Ag Technical Institute, OSU Extension Partnership with College of Wooster Partnership with City of Wooster

PowerPoint Presentation: 

Patterns of carbon sequestration of public trees of the City of Wooster Total #Trees: 2009: 3111 2010: 3293

Tree Campus Wooster Inventory: February 28, 2013: 

Tree Campus Wooster Inventory: February 28, 2013

Tree Campus USA: College of Wooster: 

Tree Campus USA: College of Wooster

Tree Campus USA II: 

Tree Campus USA II OSU Main Campus Tree Campus USA Status: Announced Arbor Day 2012 OSU Wooster Campus Tree Campus USA Status: Announced Arbor Day 2013 Ohio State University will be one of only six universities in the country with two Tree Campus USA campuses.

Tree Hugger: 

Tree Hugger

Why Trees Matter: 

Why Trees Matter

Why i Matters: 

Why i Matters i -Tree is a software model developed by the United States Forest Service. It is a partnership between the USFS, Davey Tree Expert Company (based in Ohio), the National Arbor Day Foundation, and the International Society of Arboriculture It has a strong research base for determining the environmental services of trees in community forests. i -Tree programs range from complex UFORE analyses for for cities to i -Tree treecalculator tools that require only tree species and diameter at breast height ( dbh ) to get environmental service printouts .

i-Tree is Scale-able: 

i -Tree is Scale-able From regional canopy goals in the Sacramento Municipal Utility District of Seven Counties… …To a London planetree in your yard: or a yard of someone you know. Simply identify and measure the tree.

Trees or Retention Ponds?: 

Trees or Retention Ponds? Storm Water Benefits CCF Intercepted Annual Benefits Toledo 254,060 $5,150,362 Dublin 10,673 $216,382 Xenia 2,946 $ 59,940 OSU Columbus 13,420 $272,086

PowerPoint Presentation: 

Consider Energy Benefits Avoided costs are generally higher ENERGY BENEFITS Electricity ($) Natural Gas ($) Total ($) Toledo $1,428,117 $2,526,028 $3,954,145 Dublin $105,785 $193,885 $299,670 Xenia $20,162 $35,314 $55,476 OSU Columbus $93,424 $168,775 $262,017

Cost/Benefit Analysis: 

Cost/Benefit Analysis Community Total Benefits Cost/Benefit Toledo $15,105,546 366% Dublin $965,139 201% Bucyrus $354,57 1,338% OSU Columbus $901,731 360%

Why Trees Matter: 

Why Trees Matter

Build Community Support: 

Build Community Support Volunteers build community support in a way that neither you nor I can.

Why Trees Matter at Cox Arboretum: 

Why Trees Matter at Cox Arboretum

TreEconomics: 

Tre Economics From: Maria Zampini , President, Lake County New Plants: “Educating our customers and the public about the economic benefits of the environmental services that trees provide is a direction the green industry needs to go. This helps us sell the idea that our products are a great use for the consumer dollar and are a bottomline necessity, not a luxury. March 2011 Buckeye

Of Theodore Roosevelt as a Boy: 

Of Theodore Roosevelt as a Boy “ To the bafflement of his parents he gathered more than 100 different species of lichens and fungi under rocks and in dense undergrowths. He brought out from caves unusual samplings of moss to scrutinize back home under a magnifying glass.” - From: The Wilderness Warrior – Douglas Brinkley.

What do these words have in common…: 

What do these words have in common… b log… MP3 player… Broadband… Blackberry

…Or these words…: 

…Or these words… acorn… dandelion… fern… blackberry…

Don’ t it always seem to go…: 

Don’ t it always seem to go… The Oxford Junior Dictionary (2007) In: blog, MP3 player, broadband, Blackberry Out: acorn, dandelion, fern, moss, blackberry - Ann Keisman , National Wildlife Oct/Nov 2009

Early Conservation Struggles: 

Early Conservation Struggles John Quincy Adams in 1828 set aside 1378 acres of live oaks in Pensacola Bay. (interest in birds; more so in wood for naval vessels), Andrew Jackson in 1832 denounced Adams “tree farm” as an un-American federal land grab; God made birds to eat and timber to cut. From: ‘The Wilderness Warrior’ – Douglas Brinkley.

Liriodendron tulipifera: 

Liriodendron tulipifera

PowerPoint Presentation: 

Asimina triloba Pawpaw

Basidiocarps Developing At Pruning Cut Made a Month Earlier in Summer 2010: 

Basidiocarps Developing At Pruning Cut Made a Month Earlier in Summer 2010

Name This Fungus : 

Name This Fungus

Name Name This Fungus : 

Name Name This Fungus Common Name : Dryad’s Saddle; Pheasant’s-back polypore Scientific Name : Polyporus squamosus (Polyporaceae). Type : Fleshy, tough caps, bracket fungus. Habitat and Habit : On trees. Decomposer and parasite; digests lignin. Description : Large caps, some overlapping, up to 18” or more, scaly on top. Tough, stubby stalk. Spore print white. Pores. Where Seen : Geneva Hills, Camp Lazarus, Park of Roses Comments : Edible. Slice along edge of caps. Watermelon rind odor. Greek mythology – wood nymphs surveyed forest from the caps.

Dryad’s Saddle: 

Dryad’s Saddle

Again in 2011: 

Again in 2011

What is happening?: 

What is happening?

? & The Mysterians: 

? & The Mysterians

Why Trees Really Matter: 

Why Trees Really Matter

Planting Trees – John Updike: 

Planting Trees – John Updike Our last connection with the mythic. My mother remembers the day as a girl she jumped across a little spruce that now overtops the sandstone house where still she lives; her face delights at the thought of her years translated into wood so tall, into so mighty a peer of the birds and the wind.

Planting Trees…: 

Planting Trees… Too, the old farmer, still stout of step treads through the orchard he has outlasted but for some hollow-trunked much-lopped apples and Bartlett pears. The dogwood planted to mark my birth flowers each April, as soundless explosion. We tell its story time after time: the drizzling day the fragile sapling that had to be staked.

Planting Trees…: 

Planting Trees… At the back of our acre here, my wife and I, freshly moved in, freshly together, transplanted two hemlocks that guarded our door gloomily, green gnomes a meter high. One died, gray as sagebrush next spring. The other lives on and some day will dominate this view no longer mine, its great lazy feathery hemlock limbs down-drooping its tent-shaped caverns resinous and deep. Then may I return, an old man, a trespasser, and remember and marvel to see our small deed, that hurried day. so amplified, like a story though layers of air told over and over, spreading.

In Conlusion…Be Careful Out There!: 

In Conlusion …Be Careful Out There!

Angry Birds: 

Angry Birds

Extreme Picknicking: 

Extreme Picknicking

Extreme Horticulture: 

Extreme Horticulture

PowerPoint Presentation: 

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