Sakkas CLDHS153 - Ella Dogwood Flower Straight Border Pashmina/Shawl/ Wrap/Stole - Silver Brown - OS

Price: $13.99

  • Lovely contrasting colors make the floral design really stand out.
  • A simple design keeps this shawl easy to wear with most any outfit, dress it up for going out or wear it with your favorite winter coat.
  • Dimensions: approximately 31.5 inches (80 cms) wide x 72 inches (172 cms) long with fringes

Area Silky Smooth Rugs White Dogwood cornus Florida Hand Drawn Vector Illustration of Blooming Dogwood Home Decor Area Rug -Round 71"

List price: $301.91
Price: $167.73

  • <b>MATERIAL:</b>100% Machine Made Polypropylene Rug,Features low pile that is very soft, stain resistant, and durable.Feels soft under the foot and vivid colors won't fade over time. This rug will instantly add fashion to any room's decor. This rug features trendy colors as well as its design.
  • Please note: while we display the most accurate color possible, there is likely to be variations in color due to differences in computer monitors.
  • <b>Size:</b>Round 71 inches,white dogwood cornus florida hand drawn vector illustration of blooming dogwood Printed circular carpet.

Spoonflower Geodesic Fabric - Crack Niagara Geodesic Design Challen Pale Dogwood Geodesic Design Challenge - by Daniteal Printed on Silky Faille Fabric by The Yard

Price: $24.00

  • Printed in USA using eco-friendly processes
  • Unlike conventional textile manufacturing, very little waste of fabric, ink, water or electricity is used. We print using eco-friendly, water-based inks on natural fiber textiles. No additional chemicals are used in the printing or preparation process. This type of printing has the added advantages of showing greater design detail than screen printing.
  • Each fabric type has a different width and is sold in 1 yard (36" or 91.4 cm) increments. Ordering multiple yards of the same design will result in one continuously printed piece of fabric. To see the scale of this design, please see additional product photos with rulers.

Cornus amomum

silky dogwood.

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  2. Waterbury Republican American Connecticut lakes under green siege from algae, other invasive plants
    Fast growing Japanese knotweed is really a problem on shorelines, because it forms monocultures, replacing a mosaic of native pickerelweed, sedge clumps, silky dogwood,and arrowhead; when bank erosion breaks off pieces of rhizome, it spreads 
  3. Midland Daily News Chuck Martin: A fall fruit display
    Two of the most common dogwood shrubs in Michigan are called grey dogwood and red stem dogwood and they both have white fruit. Another native shrub of Michigan is called silky dogwood and it produces turquois fruit. All of these native shrubs have an 
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    On April 30 and May 1, students from Anna Burkett's biology and ecology classes at Orange County High School worked to restore a section of land along the banks of the Robinson River in Madison County. Friends of the Rappahannock worked with the 
  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 a swamp dogwood, silky dogwood is a mid-size shrub that grows wild along streams, ponds and other wetlands across much of the eastern half of the United States. In the home landscape, silky dogwood bushes work well in moist, naturalized areas and do a good job at stabilizing the soil in ...
  2. Cornus is a genus of about 30–60 species of woody plants in the family Cornaceae, commonly known as dogwoods, which can generally be distinguished by their blossoms, berries, and distinctive bark. Most are deciduous trees or shrubs, but a few species are nearly herbaceous perennial subshrubs, and a few of the woody species are evergreen.Several species have small heads of inconspicuous ...
  3. OPPOSITELY-BRANCHED SHRUBS Dogwood, Striped Maple, Mountain Maple, Viburnums, and Elderberry Aceraceae, The Maple Family Caprifoliaceae, The Honeysuckle Family Cornaceae, The Dogwood Family. A number of oppositely-branched shrubs grow in the U.P.
  4. Sometimes the branches closely resemble those of Red Osier Dogwood (Cornus stolonifera) and even Silky Dogwood (Cornus obliqua).
  5. Dachshunds are long, low-bodied dogs created to crawl into a burrow to hunt badger. Dachshund (German word) translated means "Badger Hound". Even though Dachshunds were originally bred as hunters, this breed's unique appearance and cheerful nature has made it very popular as a family dog, companion, and a watchdog.
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