Two Great Locations, One Organization

A Walk to Remember, 2010

A saucer magnolia (Magnolia x soulangeana) propagated from the magnolia at the Ann Arbor Kempf House Museum. This is an annual walk and tree-planting memorial to remember perinatal and newborn loss in partnership with C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. To learn more,...

The Novo Family

This Tulip tree tree was dedicated after Alexandria Novo (class of 2014) completed Woody Plants (Fall 2012) by her family for all future Woody Plants students.

A Walk to Remember, 2016

The ‘Goldfinch’ Magnolia (Magnolia ‘Goldfinch’). This is an annual walk and tree-planting memorial to remember perinatal and newborn loss in partnership with C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. To learn more, visit Grief Assistance link.

April Pickrel

A cut-leaf European beech where one trunk is the normal leaf condition.

Kelly A. Feeney

A Blackgum dedicated in loving memory of Kelly A. Feeney, UM Residential College Class of 1998. Given by her friends and family.

A Walk to Remember, 2008

The ‘Butterflies’ magnolia (Magnolia x Butterflies). This is an annual walk and tree-planting memorial to remember perinatal and newborn loss in partnership with C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. To learn more, visit Grief Assistance link.

A Walk to Remember, 2009

The Dawn Redwood (Metasequoia glyptostroboides). This is an annual walk and tree-planting memorial to remember perinatal and newborn loss in partnership with C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. To learn more, visit Grief Assistance link.

A Walk to Remember, 2011

The ‘Apricot Brandy’ Magnolia (Magnolia x ‘Apricot Brandy’) in the Magnolia Collection. This is an annual walk and tree-planting memorial to remember perinatal and newborn loss in partnership with C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital. To learn more,...