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Cornus mas
Cornelian Cherry Dogwood

The small yellow inflorescences of Cornelian Cherry Dogwood arise from both lateral shoot and spur shoot floral buds, rather than terminal buds (the lattermost of which is typical for most Dogwoods). In addition, the younger Winter stems of Cornelian Cherry Dogwood have a purplish upper surface and greenish lower surface, due to the "suntan effect" from the previous growing season.


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