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Cornus alternifolia
Pagoda Dogwood

The fruits of Pagoda Dogwood ultimately become blue-purple or blue-black in color, but are quickly consumed by birds and other wildlife in mid-Summer. The pink-red pedicels and peduncles remain for awhile longer, however, and add extended ornamental appeal to the observant eye.


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