The Ciruti Courtyard Garden at the Joan E. Ciruti Center for Foreign Languages was created in 1991, following a building renovation and addition. This shady garden nook features bluestone paving underfoot, and beds of shade plants such as Ilex, Hosta, Helleborus, Hydrangea, Anemone, and more.
This garden is located between the old and new wings of the Joan E. Ciruti Center for Foreign Languages
Anemone vitifolia 'Robutissima'
Hydrangea petiolaris, Climbing Hydrangea
This corner of the garden displays good use of foliage texture