Use Kousa dogwoods to improve landscapes
Apr 28, 2009 | Posted by: roboblogger | Full story: Brunswick Beacon
The Kousa dogwood makes a beautiful tree-form with horizontal branches and is used in landscaping as a specimen plant, in borders and for accent plantings.
Native dogwoods are beautiful and provide berries to sustain birds. Kousa dogwood fruit is too big for N.American birds to swallow.
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