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Bunchberry Dogwood
Scientific Name: Cornus canadensis L.
Synonym: Chamaepericlymenum canadense, Cornella canadensis, Cornus canadensis var. dutillyi
Family: Cornaceae
Bunchberry Dogwood (Cornus  canadensis)
Cornus canadensis in Curtis Botanical Magazine
Recommended Temperature Zone:
sunset: 1-7,32-45
USDA: 2-7

Sun Exposure: Shade to full sun

Origin: Northern America, Greenland, eastern Asia

Growth Habits: Deciduous perennial, 6 inches to 10 inches tall (15 cm-25 cm); dark green, elliptic, orbicular, ovate, whorled leaves, 1 inch to 3 inches long (2.5 cm-7.5 cm)

Watering Needs: Regular water


Blooming Habits:
White flowers, up to 1.5 inches wide (3.75 cm), up to 1.5 inches wide (3.75 cm), in late spring to early summer.

Fruiting Habits:
Red fruit.

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