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Cornus is part of the Cornus genus. Its scientific name is Cornus. Cornus grows as a deciduous and is an ornamental. Being a Deciduous plant, it will shed its leaves annually. Normally grows with a shrubby habit. Popular varieties of Cornus with home gardeners are Alba 'aurea, Venus, alba Kesselringii, Ormonde and Pink Blush.

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How to grow Cornus

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Growing Cornus from seed

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Common Cornus problems

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