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Red-osier dogwood

Also called red-osier dogwood. a North American dogwood, Cornus sericea (or C. stolonifera), having red twigs and branches and white fruits.
any willow having reddish twigs and branches used for basketry or wickerwork.
red-osier dogwood
a North American shrub, Cornus stolonifera, having bright or dark red wood, white flowers, and whitish fruit
any of several willow trees that have red twigs used for basketwork


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