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Plant Name:

Pacific Dogwood

Scientific Name:

Cornus nuttallii


A native deciduous tree with distinctive white or pink flowers and large, ovate leaves.


Native to western North America and often found in moist, wooded areas such as riverbanks and mountain slopes.


Pacific Dogwood provides food and habitat for a variety of wildlife species, including birds such as the northern flicker and varied thrush who use the tree for nesting and foraging, and mammals such as black bears who may eat the tree's fruit.

Growing Conditions:

Prefers moist, well-drained soil and partial shade.


Often used as an ornamental tree in landscaping. The tree's bark has been used for medicinal purposes.

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Fun Facts:

Pacific Dogwood is also known as "western dogwood" or "mountain dogwood".

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