It's a much hardier, insect & disease resistant variety of dogwood called a "Kousa Dogwood" that nurseries have been encouraging people to plant rather than the more familiar native that's being decimated across the country by fungal
Originally Posted By: lanovamiGary, good pic, love the mountains in the background, what general area do you live in. Palm Springs in So. California. This the the view from my back yard This canyon view is from a trail about 1/2 mile down the
My dogwood is not pink nor white. Rather it looks like a very light greenish white color. It blooms after all regular colored dogwoods have passes. I call it my Jesus tree because for some reason I have difficulty remembering the name "dogwood&q
Gary, good pic, love the mountains in the background, what general area do you live in. Tokyo is surrounded by mountains, but they just look like shadows most of the time except for Fuji. Cel, the Pawlonia is also highly valued for it's wood in Jap
We used to play a Forum Game on one of my many defunct forums brought down by in-fighting, called; "The Picture Above" The rules were simple, each subsequent image had to relate somehow to the one immediately proceeding it. It ran for
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