Cornus amomum subsp. obliqua Mill.
Family: Cornaceae
blue-fruited dogwood,  more...
[Cornus amomum var. schuetzeana (C.A.Mey.) Rickett,  more]
Cornus amomum subsp. obliqua image
Robert W. Freckmann  
Etymology: Cornus: Latin cornu for "horn," probably referring to the hardness of the wood
Plants: perennial, 3'-10' tall shrub; stems purplish twigs
Leaves: opposite, stalked, ovate-oval, 1"-5" long
Flowers: white, 4-parted; inflorescence 1 1/2" - 2 1/2 " a compact, flat, branched cluster (cyme); blooms May-June
Fruits: blue berry
Habitat: moist; woods, riverbanks
Conservation Status: Native
Cornus amomum subsp. obliqua image
Paul Drobot  
Cornus amomum subsp. obliqua image
Darrin Kimbler  
Cornus amomum subsp. obliqua image
Paul Drobot  
Cornus amomum subsp. obliqua image
Paul Drobot  
Cornus amomum subsp. obliqua image
Cornus amomum subsp. obliqua image
Gary Fewless  
Cornus amomum subsp. obliqua image
Paul Drobot  
Cornus amomum subsp. obliqua image
Paul Drobot  
Cornus amomum subsp. obliqua image
Robert W. Freckmann  
Cornus amomum subsp. obliqua image
Cornus amomum subsp. obliqua image
Caroline A. Creevey  
Cornus amomum subsp. obliqua image
Christopher Noll  
Cornus amomum subsp. obliqua image
Paul Drobot  
Cornus amomum subsp. obliqua image
Cornus amomum subsp. obliqua image
Cornus amomum subsp. obliqua image
Christopher Noll  
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