Dogwood Blossom

Dogwood Blossom, West Central Arkansas, April 10, 2013

Our best dogwood tree is in an open area next to our house.  It was transplanted from further back on our property many years ago.  Each spring, the tree is heavy with lovely white blossom, much more than is typical for a dogwood trees.  In Arkansas, most dogwoods are found growing in the woods in the shadow of larger trees.

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  • Grannymar Jun 6, 2015

    Lovely blossom, I am not familiar with it.
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  • Mike Jun 6, 2015

    While there are various species of dogwoods through Eurasia and North America, the flowering dogwood is native to North America. Any found elsewhere would likely have been planted as an ornamental.
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