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Cornus mas
Cornelian Cherry Dogwood

The fruits of Cornelian Cherry Dogwood transition from green to chartreuse to red throughout the Summer and are ornamentally attractive, but are usually hidden by the dense canopy of foliage. Maturing in August and September, they are readily consumed by wildlife.


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