Our Gardens | Botanic Garden | The University of Chicago
The planters at the University Bookstore were recently renovated to incorporate a broader plant palette that incorporated more color and texture including Crabapples, Forsythia, Deutzia, Hydrangea, Spireas and Roses, along with Asters, Grasses, Tickseed, Coneflowers, Hosta and Salvia. The large Honeylocusts are the only remaining plant from the original design. 2 Stephanie Shambaugh Kramer Beds. 3 Dr Janet Rowley Garden. 3 Dr Janet Rowley Garden. 4 Early Plant Materials. A distinctive feature of the camp...
Sustainable Practices | Botanic Garden | The University of Chicago
Greencycling' through the use of mulching lawn mowers, and recycling garden cuttings and debris to create compost;. Reducing the use of water through selection of plant materials suitable to the microclimates on the campus and transitioning to smart irrigation systems. For more information on efforts towards sustainability please visit The University of Chicago Sustainability website at:. Http:/ sustainability.uchicago.edu/campus/landscaping.shtml. 2016 The University of Chicago. Chicago, IL 60615.