The Anacostia Community Museum Landscape has many interesting trees. From classic red maples, to new oak hybrids, to flowery spring favorites like redbuds and dogwoods. Tour through these trees in person or online, and click through the images to see the trees in each season.
Acer rubrum 1 • Red Maple, Canadian Maple, Scarlet Maple, Swamp Maple
Aesculus hippocastanum 2 • Common Horse Chestnut, European Horse Chestnut, Horse Chestnut
Carpinus caroliniana 3 • American Hornbeam, Iron Wood, Musclewood, Blue Beech, Water Beech
Carya tomentosa 4 • Mockernut Hickory
Celtis occidentalis 5 • American Hackberry, Common Hackberry, Hackberry, American False Elm, Beaver Wood, Nettle Tree, Rim Ash
Cercis canadensis 6 • Eastern Redbud, Judas Tree
Chionanthus virginicus 'CV1049' SERENITY 7 • Fringetree cultivar
Cornus florida 'Cherokee Princess' 8 • Cherokee Princess Flowering Dogwood
Hamamelis virginiana 9 • American witch hazel, Common witch-hazel, Snapping hazel nut, Spotted alder
Juniperus virginiana 'Taylor' 10 • Eastern Red Cedar cultivar
Lagerstroemia indica 'Natchez' 11 • Natchez Crape Myrtle
Nyssa sylvatica 12 • Black Tupelo, Common Tupelo Tree, Sour Gum, Blackgum
Quercus × 'QRSW18' STREET WISE 13 • Red Oak hybrid cultivar
Quercus lyrata 'QLFTB' HIGHBEAM 14 • Overcup oak cultivar
Quercus montana 15 • Chestnut Oak, Basket Oak, Rock Oak
Quercus rubra 16 • Northern Red Oak, Red Oak
Quercus shumardii 'QSSTH' PROMINENCE 17 • Shumard Oak cultivar
Quercus texana 'QNFTA' HIGHPOINT 18 • Texas Red Oak cultivar