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Leaves are simple, opposite and entire with parallel veins. Inflorescence comprised of small, inconspicuous flowers in a rounded cluster on display centering larger showy whitish bracts that make the whole thing look like a single flower. Grows to 20 m tall.
In the greenbelt around my house.
The Inflorescences of bunchberry (Cornus canadensis) look pretty much identical to these but bloom on a small herbaceous plant and so are also known as dwarf dogwood.