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Cornus unalaschkensis

Cornus canadensis

Bunchberry Dogwood in spring
Bunchberry Dogwood in spring photographed by
James Ellingboe. Copyright 2008. All rights reserved.

Bunchberry Dogwood in fall
Bunchberry Dogwood in autumn photographed by
James Ellingboe. Copyright 2007. All rights reserved.

Bunchberry Dogwood

Habitat: Coniferous and mixed deciduous forests, forest openings, and bogs. Often growing in organic matter (decaying wood, duff, etc.)
Bloom time: June through April
Range: Found in California, the Pacific Northwest, and Alaska
Notes: Works well in Western Washington gardens. For more native plant suggestions for your garden check out Native Plants for Western Washington Gardens and Restoration Projects.