"Cornelian Cherry" Can be grown in Va, generally pest free and can be grown under the canopy of larger trees.  CornusMasBlms5256s.jpg

"Cornelian Cherry" Can be grown in Va, generally pest free and can be grown under the canopy of larger trees. CornusMasBlms5256s.jpg

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Cornus mas - An abundance of yellow flowers cover bare stems in Spring
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Cornus mas

Cornus mas

Cornus mas  Origin: W Asia, Europe  H x S: 5 x 5 m Foliage: Ovate dark green leaves to 10 cm, turning red-purple in autumn. Flowers: Yellow flowers in small umbels to 2 cm across, in late winter before the leaves. Fruit: Oblong-ellipsoid, fleshy bright red fruit are produced in late summer and are edible when ripe.

Cornus mas Origin: W Asia, Europe H x S: 5 x 5 m Foliage: Ovate dark green leaves to 10 cm, turning red-purple in autumn. Flowers: Yellow flowers in small umbels to 2 cm across, in late winter before the leaves. Fruit: Oblong-ellipsoid, fleshy bright red fruit are produced in late summer and are edible when ripe.

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Cornus mas (Cornouiller mâle)

Cornus mas (Cornouiller mâle)

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Cornelian Cherry, Fruiting Dogwood tree, Cornus Mas. has been enjoyed by humans for millennia. A particular favorite of the ancient Greeks, it was widely planted in medieval monastery gardens throughout Europe. Cherry-like fruits ripen in the late summer and early fall.

Cornelian Cherry, Fruiting Dogwood tree, Cornus Mas. has been enjoyed by humans for millennia. A particular favorite of the ancient Greeks, it was widely planted in medieval monastery gardens throughout Europe. Cherry-like fruits ripen in the late summer and early fall.

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Cornus mas (Cornelian cherry dogwood)

Cornus mas (Cornelian cherry dogwood)

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