Cornus amomum

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Silky dogwood
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Flowering Dogwood in fall with fruit
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Class: Magnoliopsida
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Order: Cornales
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Family: Cornaceae
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Genus: Cornus
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Species: C. amomum
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Binomial name
Cornus amomum
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Cornus amomum (Silky dogwood, Blueberry Cornel, Kinnikinnik, Redbrush, Red Osier, Red Willow, Rose Willow, Silky Cornel, Squaw Bush, Swamp dogwood; syn. Swida amomum (P. Mill.) Small) is a tree native to the United States.

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