Dogwood

Apr
24


Dogwood branches on the ground at the side of the road. The blossoms are beautiful! I love this time of year. I can’t get enough of the flowers. Especially this year, after such a hard winter.


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Posted by Suzanne McMinn on April 24, 2010  

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  1. 4-24
    3:56
    am

    I just love dogwood, when I was very young we lived in Roanoke Virginia and in our side yard someone had planted a dogwood that had been grafted so each spring one half bloomed out white and the other pink. It was spectacular.

  2. 4-24
    8:12
    am

    The hard winter made the flowers beautiful and plentiful! Or so say my farm friends. Lovely photo.

    Jan
    GDP

  3. 4-24
    9:25
    am

    I miss dogwoods! I’m from the South and love this time of year there.

  4. 4-24
    10:51
    am

    They are always precious to me. I dare not start listing my favorite flowers, though. :purpleflower:

  5. 4-24
    11:34
    pm

    Linda
    On the day that Jesus died, the Dogwoods began to morn. When God saw their anguish, he promised them they would never again bear such a burden. They would never again grow to the height required for such an occasion. They will grow twisted and slender. The flowers would be shaped in the form of a cross. Upon the tips of the blossoms would be the tinge of rust representing Jesus’ blood.

  6. 4-25
    1:18
    am

    I love dogwood blossoms. I, too, have seen a grafted tree that had both white and pink blossoms. It was so beautiful it made my heart hurt.

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