The elegant white blooms of the Pacific Dogwood (Cornus nuttallii) tree have been the official “flower” of British Columbia since 1956. The petals are actually modified leaves, called bracts, surrounding a cluster of 30 to 40 small green flowers. Pacific dogwoods bloom in April and May and the flowers can have anywhere from four to six bracts.

Size: diameter 3.25” by 1” depth (8.3cm X 2.7cm)

Availability: 30 In Stock