Thursday, August 25, 2011


The dogwood tree provides a nice view each month as it grows from spring through summer. From the white blossoms against the the green leaves to the ripening fruit in August.

Dogwood fruit ripening

The fruit as it ripens turns red. Becomes more visible as it changes from green. The squirrels and birds become attracted to the fruit.

What change do you make to be come more attractive?

Additional photos of the dogwood through the seasons can be found in my Flickr stream here