SILKY DOGWOOD Cornus Amomum - 25+ SEEDS

SILKY DOGWOOD Cornus Amomum - 25+ SEEDS

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  • Its bark becomes fissured, the youngest twigs carry reddish brown tones.
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Cornus amomum

silky dogwood.

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  2. Northwest Arkansas Democrat-Gazette Rehab on the riverbank
    Boulders and root wads were buried beneath the dirt and gravel of the slope. Reams of fabric designed to prevent erosion were laid along the bend. Some 50,000 willow, buttonbush and silky dogwood branch cuttings were stuck through the fabric and into
  3. Nature-viewing destinations in Peterborough
    Trans-Canada Trail: From Jackson Park, east to Omemee Highlights: Wide variety of trees, shrubs (e.g., Silky Dogwood), ferns and wildflowers border the trail; wetland species at Lily Lake and east to Ackison Rd. (e.g., Wood Duck, Swamp Sparrow, Beaver, 
  4. The MidWeek Looking Back for May 9, 2018
    There will be 800 trees available to the residents of Waterman made possible through a grant from the Illinois Department of Conservation. Trees available include: white pine, sugar maple, burr oak, red bud, black walnut, silky dogwood, and arrowwood.
  5. Monroe News Star Dogwoods: A harbinger of spring in Louisiana
    However, a number of other dogwood species may be found in the southeastern United States. Roughleaf dogwood, C. drummondii, occurs sporadically in Louisiana along the Mississippi River. It flowers during summer. Silky dogwood, C. amomum, is found 


  1. Also known as Swamp Dogwood, Silky Dogwood is a common medium-sized shrub found along streams and in other wet areas. Haywood Co., NC 6/13/2009.
  2. Silky dogwood is a large to medium-sized native shrub with creamy white spring flowers, dark green foliage, and reddish stems and burgundy fall color. A great 4-season plant for naturalizing, in mass, and in shrub borders, especially in moist sites.
  3. Also known a swamp dogwood, silky dogwood is a mid-size shrub. In the home landscape, silky dogwood bushes work well in moist, naturalized areas. Click on this article for additional silky dogwood information.
  4. Silky Dogwood (Cornus amomum)- The flowers and fruits, plus red stems in fall and winter, make this a 4-season shrub. good for rain gardens & wildlife. Uses: Rain gardens, butterflies, wildlife Bloom time: June Height: 6 to 8 feet Space: 3 to 8 f
  5. Cornelian Cherry Dogwood or Cornus Mas grows 15-25' tall with a similar spread. Blooming in March, they have beautiful clusters of yellow flowers. Hardy from zones 4-8.
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silky dogwood
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