Biology Unit 5 DB 5 - Biology Unit 5 DB 5 Yvonne N Adams...

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Biology Unit 5 DB 5 Yvonne N Adams American Intercontinental University It has been noted that Dogwoods make very good understory trees in a semi-shaded locality. Dogwoods can also be utilized in base plantings. Often times they are used as a backdrop for rhododendrons, azaleas, or other spring-flowering shrubs (Plant Care Guides, n.d). Dogwoods are very good plantings round the terrace or patio. Identifying the angiosperm species Dogwood and its functional modifications A Cornus Florida is the most widespread dogwood. This blossoming tree develops 20 to 40 feet big and broad at maturity (Plant Care Guides, n.d). Flower colors encompass pink, red, increased, and white, counting on the variety. Unfortunately, it is susceptible to several bug and infection difficulties, particularly in latest years. Scientist has discovered that most shrub dogwoods alter in dimensions from 6 to 20 feet big and broad counting on species and variety (Plant Care Guides, n.d). There is a dispersing, ground cover pattern that only develops 3 to 9 inches tall (Plant Care Guides, n.d).
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This note was uploaded on 07/09/2011 for the course BIOLOGY SCIE206 taught by Professor Antoinettegaston during the Spring '10 term at American InterContinental University.

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Biology Unit 5 DB 5 - Biology Unit 5 DB 5 Yvonne N Adams...

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