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English-dogwood-bush, positive: on jul 9, 2004, khyssa from inverness, fl (zone 9a) wrote: i have a large english dogwood which is about 10 feet tall not including what i like to call it's feelers. the bush is very dense with 5 or 6 long curving branches (feelers) that extend about 3-4 feet above the rest of the bush.. Q: i have a bush in my yard that produces dogwood-tree type flowers in the spring. the elderly lady who propagated it years ago told me that it is an english dogwood., i guess i, too, had almost forgotten about that old-fashioned plant alabama gardeners once identified as english dogwood -- until i saw a bloom peeking out from under a canopy of wicked greenbrier ....

Austin native landscaping: “do not mock mock orange as it is an excellent texas adapted tree. this fast growing shrub will turn eventually in to a small and handsome tree. at spring time, mock orange’s big white flowers will offer exquisitely pleasant smell., by norman winter msu horticulturist central mississippi research & extension center since moving to mississippi almost five years ago, the mock orange or english dogwood (philadephus coronarius) has really climbed the ladder in my mind of choice landscape plants. the huge, fragrant blooms last for weeks and make it one of the showiest plants of late spring..

The yellow twig dogwood looks great if mixed with the red twigged dogwood. that just gives fantastic color to your garden during the dull winter months. their stems go bright yellow in the winter. again plant in a sunny spot for best color. the botanical name is cornus sericea flaviramea. japanese dogwood. this is the fruit of the japanese ..., the flowering of a dogwood shrub is symbolic of the beginning of spring. the light pink and white blossoms also give off a pleasant fragrance, attracting bees and butterflies to a garden. in the winter, the reddish-pink twigs give a splash of color to a white winter landscape. these beautiful bushes require a ...