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Cornus Mas – Corneliancherry ‘Golden Glory’

an image of corneliancherry dogwood in bloom

By MaryAnn Fink (This article was first published in The Gateway Gardener March 2007 issue) Early spring is a transitional time.  Winter loosens her chilling grip, worn landscapes recover with spring’s healing touch and anxious but optimistic gardeners slip into an amnesic state.  Marking the start of this recovery period, the Corneliancherry reveals her yellow-colored blossoms.  Blossoming shortly after the

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Vast and Versatile Viburnums (originally published in The Gateway Gardener, March 2006) By Asta Sadauskas Viburnums are a versatile group of shrubs with a wide range of sizes and shapes. They are white spring-flowering and most have good-to-excellent fall color, including some with attractive berry display. There is a variety that will fit every garden, and every garden should have

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