(Cornus florida): (5 gal) 15-30’, densely layered horizontal branches, wider than high. April-May reddish-pink flowers with yellowish-green centers. Bright-red fall fruits, good rust-red fall color, textured alligator-hide bark, soft gray-purple stems. Moist soil. Desirable all four seasons. Specimen, borders, wood’s edge. Picture above. Bees, Butterflies, Birds.
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