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English-dogwood-bush, positive: on jul 9, 2004, khyssa from inverness, fl (zone 9a) wrote: i have a large english dogwood which is about 10 feet tall not including what i like to call it's feelers. the bush is very dense with 5 or 6 long curving branches (feelers) that extend about 3-4 feet above the rest of the bush.. Q: i have a bush in my yard that produces dogwood-tree type flowers in the spring. the elderly lady who propagated it years ago told me that it is an english dogwood., some call it english dogwood, some say "mock orange." but it's not english, not a dogwood, not an orange, not even close. it's a relative of hydrangeas, a member of a large family of flowering....

The english dogwood is hardy throughout the entire state. when choosing a site in your landscape, keep in mind the height will reach 5 to 8 feet and you will want to space them 4 to 6 feet apart. the soil needs to be moist but well drained. plant in full sun to partial shade., dogwood shrubs should not be missing in your garden.the flowering dogwood tree or the red twig dogwood are some of the most beautiful and easy growing shrubs you can grow..

The red twigged dogwood is drought tolerant and adaptable to both cold and hot weather extremes. it is a hardy shrub, and adaptable to multiple soil types. dogwood shrubs are easy to care for, and they adapt well to pruning. the shrubs can grow from 6 to 9 feet, but can be trimmed into a more structured hedge., one of the sweetest-smelling shrubs the sweet mock orange (otherwise known as the english dogwood or philadelphus coronarius) gives you an amazing fragrance that can be noticed throughout your yard. you can find it in countless botanical parks and gardens... its known for its bright white blooms and citrus-like scent. spring sparks the unfurling of emerald green leaves that are serrated and ....

Dogwoods include a large group of flowering woody trees and shrubs within the genus cornus.the genus also includes some species that are best described as subshrubs—fast-growing woody plants that tend to die back in winter to ground level and grow back from buds near the base of the plant. these plants are known for providing year-round interest, from early spring flowers to summer berries ..., the flowering of a dogwood shrub is symbolic of the beginning of spring. the light pink and white blossoms also give off a pleasant fragrance, attracting bees and butterflies to a garden. in the winter, the reddish-pink twigs give a splash of color to a white winter landscape. these beautiful bushes require a moderate amount of time and attention..

May 30, 2012 - full size picture of sweet mock orange, english dogwood (philadelphus coronarius)