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Cornus racemosa
Gray Dogwood

While most fruits of Gray Dogwood have a creamy-white color, they occasionally display a porcelain-blue coloration, and rarely have a gorgeous purple-lavendar hue, as shown here. In all cases, heavy fruit set only results when the shrubs have been left unpruned for several years, with the branches developing a spreading effect.


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