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Spotting

Description:

White flower about 1 inch in diameter. Grouped on top of stalk. Shrub-like, dark green leaves.

Habitat:

Shrubby area about 30 meters uphill from a pond (Turtle Pond in Central Park)

Notes:

Dogwood flower? Definitely not a planting. Surrounded by other wild shrubs/weeds like wood sorrel.

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1 Comment

evenlake
evenlake 8 years ago

Might be dogwood shrub, Cornus sp., but don't know for certain.

evenlake
Spotted by
evenlake

NYC, New York, USA

Spotted on May 28, 2012
Submitted on May 28, 2012

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