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A flowering dogwood tree blooms in late April at artist T.C. Steele’s historic studio in Brown County. Dogwood flowers are small and surrounded by greenish-yellow petals. The flowers are surrounded by four large showy white bracts, which are not petals, but modified leaves.
Photo by John Maxwell.
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