[1]Cornus sericea, red-osier dogwood, is a common woody plant in the Northeast, found both in the wild and planted as an ornamental shrub for the red coloring of its twigs and white flowers. A cousin to Cornus florida, its hardiness, resistance to dogwood anthractnose, and general good looks cement its position as the most awesome dogwood species. [2] This species may be found f***ing everywhere, so while others may search out or plant the more showy and ostentatious C. florida, the true dog wood enthusiast recognizes the Cornus sericea as the coolest, best, and most wonderful of the family.

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