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The Wandering Dogwood Grove

Location: Winding through Hayworth Park

Featured plants: 45 different selections of flowering dogwoods, deciduous azaleas and many spring flowering bulbs
Garden Map with Plant List

When it blooms: Early spring through fall

History: Every year additional dogwoods have expanded the collection to over 30 different types of dogwoods in the collection as of Spring 2014.

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Cherokee Brave, a nice pink flowered form of our native dogwood, is putting on a show this spring.

The Bob Timberlake dogwood, a double flowered form of our native dogwood, is heavy with flower this spring.

The Bob Timberlake dogwood, a double flowered form of our native dogwood, is heavy with flower this spring.

 

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