Cornus mas


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Noun1.Cornus mas - deciduous European shrub or small tree having bright red fruitCornus mas - deciduous European shrub or small tree having bright red fruit
cornel, dogwood, dogwood tree - a tree of shrub of the genus Cornus often having showy bracts resembling flowers
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Often Arnold Promise passes the yellow-flowered torch to Cornus mas, the Cornelian Cherry, which blooms in early April.
Although there are many varieties that look great over the winter, there are others with excellent flowers such as cornus mas, flowering in late winter with lemon yellow flowers on the bare stems.
Swift's design allowed you to take in the sculptural use of water and stone and to ponder the counterpoint of plants, held together by a group of staggered Cornus mas.
His show garden includes trees like stemmed Cornus Mas, Prunus Amber Beauty, and London plane tree, selected for sculptural form, interesting colour and bark texture.
Plants in his show garden will include trees such as stemmed Cornus Mas and Prunus 'Amber Beauty' alongside a London plane tree, all selected for their sculptural forms and the interesting colour and texture of their bark.
Plants in his garden will include trees such as stemmed Cornus Mas and Prunus 'Amber Beauty' alongside a London plane tree, all selected for their sculptural forms and the interesting colour and texture of their bark.
Plants in his show garden will include trees such as colourful stemmed cornus mas and prunus "Amber Beauty" alongside a London plane tree, all selected for sculptural forms and the colour and texture of their bark.
While the red-stemmed dogwoods are the most popular, Cornus stolenifera has striking bright yellow stems, while Cornus mas "Variegata" displays pretty white variegated leaves in summer, the bare branches smothered with mustard-yellow blossoms in February, one of the earliest signs of spring.
The botanical name for dogwood is Cornus , the Latin term for the cornelian cherry, Cornus mas, which grows to a 3m (10ft) tree, has clusters of small yellow flowers before the leaves open, in late winter, and offers that edible bonus of bright red berries.