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Stata Swale

Plant list


Betula pendula (White Birch)
Pinus strobus (White Pine)
Salix babylonica (Weeping Willow)


Ilex glabra (Inkberry)


Polystichum acrostichoides (Christmas Fern)

Ornamental Grasses/Wildflowers

Astilbe varieties
Chasmanthium latifolium (Northern Sea Oats)
Iris versicolor (Harlequin Blueflag)

Did you know?

Approximately one half of the Stata Center site is drained to the biofiltration swale. The swale is constructed with soils and designed to include specific plant species that act as a natural filter. The plant species in the Stata Swale are capable
of filtering oil and grease as well as debris from stormwater.

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