Dogwood (Cornus sanguinea)
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The seed contains 45% of a non-drying oil, it is used in soap making and lighting[7, 13, 100, 115, 177].
A non-drying oil is also obtained from the pericarp, it is used for lighting. The pericarp contains 19 – 35% oil.
A greenish-blue dye is obtained from the fruit[13, 74].
The young stems are very flexible and are used in basketry[7, 13, 74, 100].
Wood – tough, hard. Used for small items such as tool handles, turnery etc[11, 61, 115]. A good quality charcoal is obtained from the wood, the wood also makes an excellent fuel.
Cultivation & Habitat
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