Dogwood Before Dinner

I took these while I grilled tonight.

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Gosh, life is good!

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6 Comments

  1. It was a long winter for those of us in the Northeast, but we certainly are having a beautiful spring. Beautiful photos.

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    1. Thank you Judy! I’m glad that your spring is beautiful… ours is too! I think the hard winter makes us appreciate it even more.

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  2. I love flowering dogwoods. They are not common here. Just planted one last year and it looks like it has one flower bud this spring.

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    1. Hi there! We planted this tree about ten years ago and this is the first year it really looks like a proper flowering dogwood. Every year there were a few more flowers. Hang in there and you’ll really enjoy it eventually!

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  3. Carolyn says:

    Too cold in Winter and too hot in Summer for dogwoods here… but I did enjoy them in my Oregon gardens. A dogwood wreath graces my front entry in Spring.

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    1. I didn’t realize how climate specific they are until I posted this and people commented about it. I have a feeling that other things that you grow more then make up for the missing dogwood tree 😉

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