Engineering and Applied Science building

Engineering and Applied Science building:  built 2001

Aceraceae
bigtooth maple, Acer grandidentatum.  PSG
 

Agaveacea
Yucca, Yucca glacua:  Right front area with the savin.
 

Anacardiaceae
fragrant sumac, Rhus aromatic ‘Growlow’.   PSG.
 

Apocynaceae
periwinkle, Vinca minor:  At the base of honeylocust trees.

 

Cupressaceae
oneseed juniper, Juniperus monosperma.  On se side between ENGR & UC.
savin, Juniperus sabina.  Part of the original landscaping right front of building and nw side.
 

Fabaceae
honeylocust, Gleditsia triacanthos.  Part of the original landscaping in front door plaza.  Species may not be correct.
 

Liliaceae
Daylily, Hemerocallis sp.  Side of Pulse/Impulse sculpture.
 

Onagraceae
fireweed, Chamerion angustifolium (sym Epilobium).  PSG


Oleaceae
green ash, Fraxinus pennsylvanica:  2 on NW side and 3 on north side next to Lot D.


Pinaceae
white fir, Abies concolor.  On se side between ENGR & UC.
pinyon pine, Pinus edulis.  On se side between ENGR & UC.
Austrian pine, Pinus nigra.  On se side between ENGR & UC.
ponderosa pine, Pinus ponderosa.  Part of the original landscaping in front and back\
 

Poaceae
ornamental grass.  Side of Pulse/Impulse sculpture.
 

Rosaceae
Peking cotoneaster, Cotoneaster acutifolius.  Part of the original landscaping in the right front of the building.
shrubby cinquefoi, Dasiphora fruticosa.  Part of the original landscaping on the nw side of the building.
spring snow crabapple, Malus x "Spring Snow".  Side of Pulse/Impulse sculpture.
mountain ninebark, Physocarpus mongynus.    PSG
 

Salicaceae
lanceleaf cottonwood, Populus x acuminata.  PSG
 

Scrophulariaceae
Rocky Mountain penstemon, Penstemon strictus.  PSG