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Cornus racemosa



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Cornus racemosa
Gray dogwood

A large suckering deciduous shrub names for its gray winter color that comes from the mature stems. It also has interesting white flowers and fruits.

Habit:Suckering, multi-stemmed, broad-rounded, erect branched shrub, usually not formal in appearance
Size:10-15' high
Color:Dull gray green to dark green
Texture:Medium fine to medium
Hardiness:Zone 4a USDA
Habitat:Maine - Georgia - Nebraska - Ontario
Family:Cornaceae

 
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