Cornus canadanesis

Cornus canadanesis

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Caption: Cornus canadanesis. Single flower amongst foliage Creeping dogwood good choice for groundcover in a sunny or partially shaded spot with moist acidic soil. Found growing wild in northern Asia and from the USA to Greenland it produces beautiful white bracts from late spring to early summer which are followed by bright red fruit.

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