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Twice designated a Tree Campus USA by the Arbor Day Foundation, the University of Georgia boasts over 6,000 trees on campus. From the pecan trees on South Campus to the chestnut, willow and scarlet oaks on the historic North Campus, faculty, staff and students can always find a scenic, shady spot to enjoy the beauty of campus.
|Subject:||Crepe Myrtle Blossoms & Holmes-Hunter Academic Building|
|Credit:||University of Georgia Marketing and Communications|
|Date:||Jun 30, 2015|
|Description:||A crepe myrtle tree blooms in front of the Homles-Hunter Academic Building on historic North Campus.|
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