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Video footage: Bright Red Osier Dogwood in snow fall. Also: Cornus sericea, C. stolonifera, Swida sericea, red willow, redstem dogwood, redtwig dogwood, red-rood, American dogwood, creek dogwood, western dogwood.
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Definition of the noun american dogwood

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noun

  1. common North American shrub with reddish purple twigs and white flowers

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Google previewCRC World Dictionary of Plant Names (1999)

Common Names, Scientific Names, Eponyms, Synonyms, and Etymology by Umberto Quattrocchi

English: red osier dogwood, American dogwood C. stricta Lam.

Google previewThe Gardeners Dictionary (1754)

Containing the Methods of Cultivating and Improving All Sorts of Trees, Plants, and Flowers, for the Kitchen, Fruit, and Pleasure Gardens; as Also Those which are Used in Medicine. With Directions for the Culture of Vineyards, and Making of Wine in England. In which Likewise are Included the Practical Parts of Husbandry by Philip Miller

American Dogwood, with Flowers growing between the ...

Google previewThe American Farmer's Encyclopedia (1858)

Embracing All the Recent Discoveries in Agricultural Chemistry, and the Use of Mineral, Vegetable and Animal Manures, with Descriptions and Figures of American Insects, Injurious to Vegetation. Being a Complete Guide for the Cultivation of Every Variety of Garden and Field Crops. Illustrated by Numerous Engravings of Grasses, Grains, Animals, Implements, Insects, Etc by Cuthbert William Johnson, Gouverneur Emerson

The American dogwood (Comm Florida ) is a small North American tree, the botanical name of which is derived from the ...

Google previewPansegrouw's Crossword Dictionary (1994)

by Louisa Pansegrouw

anoli American coin cent, dime American cuckoo ani American currency dollar American custard apple soursop American custom yankeeism American deer moose, wapiti American dogwood osier American duck redhead American dustbin ...

Google previewThe Everything Large-Print Crossword Dictionary (2010)

Finding a solution has never been easier! by Charles Timmerman

“American buffalo” playwright 5 mamet American composer Ned 5 rorem American Dance Theater founder 5 ailey 10 alvinailey American dogwood 5 osier American elk 6 wapiti American Fur Company founder 5 astor “American gigolo” star ...

Google previewThe Farmer's Encyclopedia (1844)

And Dictionary of Rural Affairs; Embracing All the Most Recent Discoveries in Agricultural Chemistry

The American dogwood (Comm Florida) is a small North American tree, the botanical name of which is derived from the horny toughness of its close-grained and firm wood. It is a very common undergrowth in woods, composed of deciduous ...

Google previewThe Edinburgh encyclopaedia (1832)

by Sir David Brewster

American dogwood. Ptelea trifoliata. Ligneous night-shade. Sumach. Apricot. Medlar.

Google previewThe New Encyclopedia of Southern Culture (2014)

Volume 8: Environment by Martin Melosi

American dogwood (Virginia, 1918), and bluebonnet (Texas, 1901).

Google previewSpons' Encyclopaedia of the Industrial Arts, Manufactures, and Raw Commercial Products (1882)

by Edward Spon, Francis N. Spon

The American dogwood (Cornus florida) is a tree 30 ft. high, common in the woods of many parts of N. America. Its wood is hard, heavy, and close-grained, and largely used locally for tool-handles; it has been imported into England with some ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary (1914)

An Encyclopedic Lexicon of the English Language by William Dwight Whitney, Benjamin Eli Smith

American dogwood, the flowering dogwood, Cornus jlorida. — Bastard dogwood ...

Google previewThe Century Dictionary and Cyclopedia: Supplement (1910)

by William Dwight Whitney

American dogwood, the flowering dogwood, Comus fiorida. — Bastard dogwood. (a) Ateleia Cubensis, a small leguminous tree of Cuba. (b) Pomaderris apetala, a small rhamnaceous ...

Google previewThe Century dictionary and cyclopedia (1914)

with a new atlas of the world : a work of general reference in all departments of knowledge

American dogwood, the flowering dogwood, Cornus fiorida. — Bastard dogwood ...

Google previewThe Home Reference Library: Home dictionary (1900)

The American dogwood is a small but very ornamental tree, bearing flowers surrounded with large white bracts, and scarlet berries in winter. The bark is a useful febrifuge. The European dogwood is a shrub whose foliage becomes deep-red ...

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