Dogwood


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A tree used by Native Americans as antipyretic and laxative, and by Western herbalists as an appetite stimulant, and to treat renal and hepatic disease
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Other finishes, available in several combinations on select pieces, include Cobblestone, a soft gray paint inspired by French pieces found in Savannah's famed antiques district; Blossom, a chalk white with timeworn rub-through named for the dogwood bloom; and Driftwood, a gray stain, used on tabletops only, which has the casual feel of Low Country Spanish moss.
There are many things to consider, including temperature range and insect pests to which particular dogwood candidates may be susceptible," says Olsen.
Pruning the dogwoods in early spring gives the shrub plenty of time to generate masses of long straight, cane-like stems through the summer growing season which will develop the stunning colour effect the following winter months.
1st Source has been pleased to be part of the Dogwood Estates redevelopment,' said Julie Keb, Manager of the 1st Source Banking Center in Walkerton.
The dogwood trees will be presented to Japan from the United States as the two nations mark the 100th anniversary of the gift to Washington of 3,000 cherry trees by Tokyo in 1912, the two governments said Monday.
Campbell's favourite Dogwood colour bearers have included 1990 Preakness Stakes winner Summer Squall, who sired Dogwood's Breeders' Cup winner Storm Song, bought by Campbell for $100,000.
AT A GLANCE The 76th Annual Atlanta Dogwood Festival takes place in Atlanta's beautiful Piedmont Park on April 20, 21 and 22, 2012.
Bates, though, replaces Matisse's flowing line and sense of cushioned luxe with something altogether more resistant, and rather wonderfully so: In both of the dogwood paintings but particularly in SHU Life with Dogwood IV, the branches and their flowers, often delineated with patternlike lines of black, become stiff, jagged networks fitted together like jigsaws, almost comically unwelcoming to the touch while still sensual to the eye.
Cut stem of orchid and insert into the vase in front of the dogwood.
AMERICAN FORESTS: I have a 25-foot-tall white dogwood planted in 1949 in my front yard that has been in serious decline the last five years or so.
If you're visiting during the weekend of April 13-15, walk over to Piedmont Park for the Dogwood Festival (Dogwood.
TIP OF THE WEEK: If you have the determination to create an acidic soil environment, try planting a shade-tolerant dogwood (Cornus sp.