Woodland Floral Garden A walk curves into the south side of the garden. This garden is located on the east side of the Agriculture Building tucked in a U shaped space formed by the Ag building, the Agriculture Research Building and A.B.N.R.B. The Woodland and Floral Garden was dedicated April 18, 1980 making it one of the oldest specialty gardens on campus. It was established through a grant from the Student Fee Capital Improvement Fund and friends of the garden. This area is a dense planting of flowering exotic and native trees with a wetland area and many shade loving shrubs and perennials. The Japanese lantern add focus to a planting of Japanese Holly (Ilex crenata) and Azaleas (Rhododendron Girard Hybrid). The wetland pond retains water after a rain.