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About six feet high and eight feet wide. Seems like a kind of large bush. Has dark green leaves in summer and spring. Red in fall.

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horsesablessing13 7 years ago

Thanks for the info!

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Nodal and internodal space on the twigs and leaf present as Cornus (to me). Red twigs suggest red twig dogwood (C. sericea). My confidence level = 65% it is Cornus... not as confident as to my specie identification. Michael Dirr's book is a great field reference, though...

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Wisconsin, USA

Spotted on Oct 17, 2014
Submitted on Oct 17, 2014

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