Silky Soft Pale Dogwood Water Pashmina Stole

Silky Soft Pale Dogwood Water Pashmina Stole

Large Line Drawing of Cornus amomum

Large Line Drawing of Cornus amomum

Kinnikinik/Silky Dogwood, Cornus amonmum

Kinnikinik/Silky Dogwood, Cornus amonmum

Silky Dogwood Information: Growing Silky Dogwood Shrubs - 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.

Silky Dogwood Bushes – Tips On Caring For Silky Dogwoods

Silky Dogwood Information: Growing Silky Dogwood Shrubs in Trees, Ornamental Gardens

Cayenne™ Silky Red Twig Dogwood - Deciduous large shrub with brilliant red stems, very showy in winter. Green foliage turns orange-red in fall. Does well in moist areas.

Cayenne™ Silky Red Twig Dogwood - Deciduous large shrub with brilliant red stems, very showy in winter. Green foliage turns orange-red in fall. Does well in moist areas.

Red Rover® - Silky dogwood - Cornus obliqua

Red Rover® - Silky dogwood - Cornus obliqua

Proven Winners - Red Rover® - Silky dogwood - Cornus obliqua white plant details, information and resources.

Swamp or Silky Dogwood (Cornus amomum) flowers. Wetland understory plant

Swamp or Silky Dogwood (Cornus amomum) flowers.

Silky Dogwood Growing Tips | DoItYourself.com

The Silky Dogwood, often used as an ornamental tree or hedging, is a fast growing, hardy shrub that reaches heights between 6 and 10 feet when fully mature.

Cornus amomum (Silky/Swamp Dogwood) good for swampy areas or streams.

Cornus amomum (Silky/Swamp Dogwood) good for swampy areas or streams.

Silky dogwood | The Morton Arboretum

Silky dogwood is a large to medium-sized native shrub with creamy white spring flowers , dark green foliage, reddish fall color and red stems.

Silky Dogwood.       200 seeds.      trees, seeds #Dogwood

Silky Dogwood. 200 seeds. trees, seeds

Silky Dogwood. 200 seeds. trees, seeds #Dogwood

Silky Dogwood (Cornus amomum)

Silky Dogwood (Cornus amomum)

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