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Rough Leaf Dogwood
Cornaceae Cornus drummondii

If grown as an understory tree it is open and delicate.  If grown in full sun it grows more like a dense shrub.  Clusters of small white flowers bloom in late spring.  White clusters of berries appear in late summer.  This dogwood needs alkaline soil and is drought tolerant once established.   It is seldom over 16 feet tall.  Keep small trees protected from deer.   This tree can live anywhere from the Hill Country to near Dallas, east and west of IH 35.

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