Definition of Eastern flowering dogwood

1. Noun. Deciduous tree; celebrated for its large white or pink bracts and stunning autumn color that is followed by red berries.

Exact synonyms: Common White Dogwood, Cornus Florida
Generic synonyms: Cornel, Dogwood, Dogwood Tree



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Lexicographical Neighbors of Eastern Flowering Dogwood

easterling
easterly
eastermost
eastern
eastern United States
eastern chimpanzee
eastern chinquapin
eastern chipmunk
eastern coral snake
eastern cottontail
eastern cricket frog
eastern dasyure
eastern equine encephalomyelitis
eastern equine encephalomyelitis virus
eastern fence lizard
eastern flowering dogwood (current term)
eastern fox squirrel
eastern gorilla
eastern gorillas
eastern gray squirrel
eastern grey kangaroo
eastern ground snake
eastern hemisphere
eastern hemlock
eastern indigo snake
eastern jackrabbit
eastern jackrabbits
eastern kingbird
eastern lowland gorilla
eastern meadowlark

Literary usage of Eastern flowering dogwood

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1. Forest Trees of the Pacific Slope by George Bishop Sudworth, United States..Forest Service. (1908)
"When full grown, scales of this species differ greatly from 'In the eastern "flowering dogwood" (C. florida L.) these scales completely cover the цЯ* those ..."

2. Bulletin by Smithsonian Institution, Dept. of the Interior, United States Dept. of the Interior, United States National Museum, United States (1919)
"... the first swarm contains the greatest number of individuals), occurs simultaneously with the ripening of the pollen of the eastern flowering dogwood ..."

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