It’s a Dogwood Time of Year

DSC01697-1Remember this time of year, mid April to mid May if you’d like to take a vacation and see the glorious wild dogwood bloom. The white blossoms spread out like sheets through a wood’s view amongst the new green leaves coming out of their buds in many shades of green. I’ve never seen a honeybee on dogwood blossom so they don’t have much nectar. Botany fact: the white petals are really a variation of the leaves whereas the yellow centers are individual flowers.

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