Cornus amomum

silky dogwood.

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  1. such as willow and other riparian species, is a good practice. On sites with banks that may become dry over the summer, utilize silky dogwood next to the
  2. Cornus amomum, the silky dogwood or kinnikinnik, is a species of dogwood native to eastern North America, from Ontario and Quebec south to Arkansas and Georgia. It is also found in other parts of North America.Other names for this dogwood have included red willow, silky cornel, and squawbush. It is a deciduous shrub growing to 5 m tall. The leaves are opposite, up to 10 cm (4 in) long and 7 cm ...
  3. Threatened and Endangered Information: This plant is listed by the U.S. federal government or a state. Common names are from state and federal lists.
  4. 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.
  5. Spring/Fall Color for Wet Soils. Silky Dogwood is a deciduous shrub with ornamental features. You could effectively use these for hedgerows and windbreaks, or even as a specimen plant.
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