The Cal Poly Pomona Visitor & Information Centers provides a tree walk for all campus visitors, students, faculty and staff. Whether you are a tree lover, looking for landscaping ideas, or just appreciate the aesthetics of nature's beauty, the Cal Poly Pomona Tree Walk is a wonderful opportunity to enjoy one of Cal Poly Pomona's unique features.
The Cal Poly Pomona Tree Walk has 50 trees that will whisk you around the world such as the Deodor Cedar (Cedrus deodora ), a native to the Himalayas; the Australian Tea Tree (Leptospermum laevigatum); the Japanese Black Pine (Pinus thunbergii); and the Chinese Flame Tree (Koelreutaria bipinnata). Also, some of California's very own accentuate the campus landscape such as the Coast Live Oak (Quercus agrifolia); the Pepper Tree (Schinus molle); and the Sycamore (Platanus racemosa).
The Visitor & Information Centers would like to give special recognition to Levi Cox, who designed and published this tour. The Cal Poly Pomona Tree Walk was a senior project by Mr. Cox, an Ornamental Horticulture major, completed in the Spring Quarter of 2005.