Cornus drummondii C.A.Mey.
Family: Cornaceae
Drummond's dogwood, northern roughleaf dogwood, rough-leaved dogwood
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Paul L. Redfearn, Jr.  
Etymology: Cornus: Latin cornu for "horn," probably referring to the hardness of the wood
Plants: perennial, 3'-6' tall shrub; stems twigs red, fine hairs
Leaves: opposite, many, elliptical-oval with a pointed tip, deep green, 2"- 4 3/4"-long stalk; roughly hairy on top, pale and less hairy below
Flowers: white, 4-parted; inflorescence a 2"-3" wide, dense, branched cluster (cyme); blooms May-June
Fruits: white berry
Habitat: moderate moisture wet
Conservation Status: Native
Cornus drummondii image
from USDA Plants Website  
Cornus drummondii image
Paul L. Redfearn, Jr.