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  • noun Plural form of redbud.

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Examples

  • Back home, it seemed the foggy, chilled days of February had barely set in before dogwoods and redbuds exploded to life among barely greened trees.

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  • Back home, it seemed the foggy, chilled days of February had barely set in before dogwoods and redbuds exploded to life among barely greened trees.

    How to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf

  • Back home, it seemed the foggy, chilled days of February had barely set in before dogwoods and redbuds exploded to life among barely greened trees.

    How to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf

  • Downy Serviceberry opened their white blooms and the redbuds were popping up along the banks as well.

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  • Back home, it seemed the foggy, chilled days of February had barely set in before dogwoods and redbuds exploded to life among barely greened trees.

    How to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf

  • Our woods have the typical blend of trees found in southeast Missouri: oaks, maples and juniper laced in spring withflowering dogwoods and redbuds.

    My Garden, part 1 « Sugar Creek Gardens’ Blog

  • Back home, it seemed the foggy, chilled days of February had barely set in before dogwoods and redbuds exploded to life among barely greened trees.

    How to Flirt with A Naked Werewolf

  • Hale led Gilbert along curving byways embroidered with purple redbuds, past dilapidated homes and diabetes-awareness billboards, to his rocky tract and a gas meter and gas pipe near the boundary of his land.

    After Pulitzer win, saga for reporter and story continues

  • Hale led Gilbert along curving byways embroidered with purple redbuds, past dilapidated homes and diabetes-awareness billboards, to his rocky tract and a gas meter and gas pipe near the boundary of his land.

    After Pulitzer win, saga for reporter and story continues

  • In fact, there are scores of beautiful choices in my part of the country, many of which I grow: native viburnums, redbuds and dogwoods with their spring blooms; Annabelle hydrangeas with their white puff-ball flowers; winterberries, which produce bright red or orange berries in the fall; tall garden phlox; beebalm and echinacea, to name just a few.

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