Hundredfold Pacific Dogwood 10 Tree Seeds – Cornus nuttallii West Canada Native Shrub Attractive to Insects and Birds
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Pacific dogwood leaves are dark green and turn orange in fall.
The dark red berries are edible but bitter.
Dogwoods usually flower in spring and again in fall.
Pacific dogwood varieties are attractive ornamentals in natural gardens.
Pacific dogwood is invaluable to insects. It hosts over 100 species of native insects, that makes it a living bird feeder. The fruit is part of the diet of pigeons, quail, grosbeaks, hermit thrushes, and waxwings. Bears and beavers enjoy the fruit and foliage, and deer eat the twigs.
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