Dogwood

May 7, 2017 at 8:45 am | Posted in Article | 2 Comments
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Dogwood

Depending on interpretation, dogwoods are classed in up to ten subgenera.

The Australian Dogwood (Cornus canae) is a particularly resilient member of the genus.

It can generally be distinguished by its inconspicuous flowers and distinctive

bark.

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  1. How nice to see Imagine Day again! Keep it coming!

    • Onya, Ad. Trying to prime the pump. Thank you for noticing, which is always encouraging. Kind regards, P.


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