Kousa Dogwood Seed (cornus kousa): The bumpy red fruit in your photo is from the Korean (or Chinese) dogwood, a small tree that blooms in June with four-petaled flowers (actually bracts that surround the tiny true flowers). Kousa dogwoods have white or pink bracts and bloom in the late spring or early summer.

Kousa Dogwood Seed (cornus kousa): The bumpy red fruit in your photo is from the Korean (or Chinese) dogwood, a small tree that blooms in June with four-petaled flowers (actually bracts that surround the tiny true flowers). Kousa dogwoods have white or pink bracts and bloom in the late spring or early summer.

Cornus kousa 'Nicole' - Cornouiller à fruits comestibles

Cornus kousa 'Nicole' - Cornouiller à fruits comestibles

Japanese White Flowering Dogwood (Cornus kousa) The perfect patio tree: attractive white flowers last up to four weeks from June to July, multi-stemmed, tiered branches, grows to about 15' tall, red leaves in fall color, pretty, exfoliating bark, edible strawberry-type fruits, full or part sun, hardy to -25

Cornouiller kousa, Cornouiller à fleurs, Arbre à fraises, Cornus kousa

Japanese White Flowering Dogwood (Cornus kousa) The perfect patio tree: attractive white flowers last up to four weeks from June to July,

Kousa Dogwood: Urban Wild Food Foraging | The Homestead Survival

Wild Harvests website shares about a wild food often found in urban areas, " Kousa Dogwood ". Kousa Dogwood fruit has a pinkish-orangish red berry and the

kousa dogwood

kousa dogwood

Kousa dogwood tree fruit. Beautiful and amazing.

Kousa Dogwood fruit (Cornus kousa) is a native plant to East Asia including Korea, China and Japan.The fruit is edible,

Stellar Pink  developed from disease-resistant Kousa Dogwood.

The Stellar Pink Dogwood is a hybrid of the Cornus Florida Rubra that bears rich, pink flowers with broad bracts. In the fall it has burgundy leaves.

kousa dogwood fruit ( I don't know if it's poisonous!)

The Fruit of Cornus Kousa Dogwood Tree

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