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Gray Dogwood

Gray Dogwood

Gray Dogwood (Cornus racemosa) is a large shrub that grows naturally in moist or rocky ground along streams and ponds,…

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Alternateleaf Dogwood

Alternateleaf Dogwood

Alternateleaf Dogwood (Cornus alternifolia) is an attractive small flowering tree that can grow 15-25′ high. It prefers medium, well-draining soil…

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Silky Dogwood

Silky Dogwood

Silky Dogwood (Cornus amomum) is a medium, upright, rounded shrub. It is found naturally in moist lowlands, wetlands, and along…

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Flowering Dogwood

Flowering Dogwood

Flowering Dogwood (Cornus florida), also known as White Dogwood, is a small understory tree which typically grows about 15′-30′. In…

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Redosier Dogwood

Redosier Dogwood

Redosier Dogwood is known for its deep red stems that add beautiful winter interest to the landscape. Small, fragrant white…

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The Best Berries for Birds

The Best Berries for Birds

In the past we have emphasized the importance of keystone species in supporting bird populations, and by extension broader food…

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A Growing Gift

A Growing Gift

Mothers give us so much, but sometimes it takes a while for us to appreciate the gifts that we can’t…

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Serviceberry: Great for Wildlife and Beautiful in the Garden!

Serviceberry: Great for Wildlife and Beautiful in the Garden!

Amelanchier canadensis, also known as Shadblow Serviceberry due to its bloom time when the American Shad fish swims upstream to…

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Planting a Native Hedgerow for Wildlife

Planting a Native Hedgerow for Wildlife

Hedgerows sound kind of old-fashioned, and you might think that they would fit better into a traditional English countryside rather…

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Plant This, Not That!

Plant This, Not That!

When choosing plants for your home or community it is worth keeping in mind the maxim, ‘First, Do No Harm’….

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Celebrate International Pollinator Week

Celebrate International Pollinator Week

When we think of pollinators, we usually think of bees. But did you know that beneficial insects such as flies,…

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Brighten a Winter with Native Plantings

Brighten a Winter with Native Plantings

The cold and dreary days of winter, though they seem endless in January, especially during a pandemic when we are…

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