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( Pacific Dogwood )
|This West Coast native is a deciduous small tree with oval leaves, 5 inch long, which sometimes turn red in fall. White bracts surround purple and green true flowers around April or May prior to leaves, and often, plant will flower again in September. Some gardens have a hard time getting this plant to do well. Often, too much love is the case.
Important Info : Plant in well drained soil beneath tall trees so that trunks don't sunburn. Summer waters should be INFREQUENT. Try not to prune, unless removing dead, diseased or dying branches.
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