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includes the Genus and specific epithet. Also indicate the corresponding common names for each species. Mexican BuckeyePink Floss Silk Tree4.In the main menu on the map, select “Tours”. On the Campus Arboretum home page, click on the tab that reads “Search Trees and Tours”. This will bring you to a page that allows you to “Search Trees By Characteristic”. Select Plant Height = 11 - 15 feet; Growth Rate= Moderate, and Color = Pink.How many species on campus fall within those criteria? Name one:5.Under the “Find Trees and tours” tab, click on the tree tours to find the schedule of public tours offered by the Tree Steward docents? 6.What is one example of a self-guided tour available online or in booklet form?7.Find information on the self-guided tour booklets available for check out. Where can these booklets be found to check out? Hering Hall8.The Campus Arboretum provides botanical signs all over campus to encourage campus members and community to learn about trees. The new signs have a QR code that will allow students to scan them with their smart phones or other device to find a variety of information about that tree. From the Tree Tours link (under the Find Trees and Tours Tab), go to the Edible Landscapes tour description. From here you can find a link to the mobile tour. Provide the tour stop number and name of one of the plants included in this tour.To take a mobile tour, download the QR code reader. To get started, see the helpsheet here.Stop 1 – Tree date Palm
9.What produce has the Campus Arboretum harvested with the LEAF Network on campus?10.Name one event hosted jointly by the Campus Arboretum and the Poetry Center?11.What is a Florilegium? Describe what the partnership with the Sonoran DesertFlorilegium Program will create?