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Kentucky Color: Dogwoods. wonder of spring

2018-03-30 - Green Hills, Columbia, Adair County, KY - Photo by Billy Joe Fudge, President, Homeplace on Green River.
Are we looking at this endogenous, wonder of Spring or is it looking at us? Maybe a bit of both, I suppose. It reminds me of a Star Wars' creature about to burst forth with death and destruction rather than an earthly reminder of the renewal of life. At any rate, the blooming process is beginning in Flowering Dogwood. Cornus florida is one of our most recognizable and beautiful species of trees native to the Eastern United States and is the only one I think, with Florida in its name. - Billy Joe Fudge

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