Red Osier Dogwood ???

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  1. shedder

    shedder Active Member

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    Are all these pix Red Osier Dogwood?

    It is planted as an ornamental so it could be something else or another dogwood. The pith is white so maybe ROD. I plan to plant the berries when they ripen.
     
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    Native Hunter Well-Known Member

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    It is ROD. Your mature fruit will be white.
     
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    I tested the white berries today. Soft and squirting juice which I assume means ripe?

    Not all were like that but soon. Winter is coming!
     

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