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Cornus sessilis - Black-Fruit Dogwood
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Cornus sessilis - Black-Fruit Dogwood
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Botanic Name: Cornus sessilis
Common Name: Black-Fruit Dogwood
Size: 8'h x 8'w
Sun: Part Shade
H20: Occ.H2O/moist
Clay Tolerant
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This dogwood has broad, jade-green foliage with prominent veins. A deciduous shrubby tree, from 5' to 20' tall. It is a shade lover that has small clusters of yellowish flowers from March to April. The fruit darkens from pale green to red to black as it ripens. The Black-Fruited Dogwood prefers regular water and friable soil. It is native to stream banks in the Sierra Nevadas and North Coast ranges.

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