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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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Stipes kindly shared his experience in working with dogwood anthracnose.
Pink Dogwood was the best filly that day and this is her trip so she might easily win, but it's hard to know how good that form is with Fleeting, third at Epsom, beaten in the Ribblesdale at Royal Ascot.
Dogwood Building Supply has hired Kim Andrew Stinde as Vice President of Sales.
MANY cornus - dogwoods - are grown for their colourful stems throughout the winter months.
Few shrubs deliver this more successfully than the dogwoods (Cornus) with their red and yellow stems shimmering in the thin winter sunshine.
Birch Ghost bramble Eucalyptus Dogwood Corkscrew hazel Willow and dogwood work well together
Dogwoods are a great choice for a winter-interest specimen shrub in the garden.
The Bob Timberlake Eternal Dogwood is a vigorous grower and resistant to cold, drought, and mildew.
THE Black Watch returned to Basra yesterday after a secret two-day journey from Camp Dogwood.
It happened as the soldiers were on patrol three miles east of their base at Camp Dogwood, 25 miles south-west of Baghdad.
The stealth craft were used to sneak up on an area infested with insurgents and terrorists on the east bank, just across the river from the Black Watch's temporary base at Camp Dogwood.
Flowering dogwoods have been plagued with attack from insects like the dogwood borer and from diseases like the dogwood anthracnose (Discula destructive).