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THE FLOWER OF A DOGWOOD TREE IS SUPPOSED TO SYMBOLIZE THE CROSS
ON WHICH CHRIST WAS CRUCIFIED, AND THE BROWNISH MARKS ON THE
ENDS OF THE PETALS REPRESENT, ACCORDING TO ONE LEGEND, THE
BLOOD OF CHRIST, AND ACCORDING TO ANOTHER, THEY REPRESENT
THE RUST FROM THE NAILS WHICH HELD HIM TO THE CROSS.

Where learned: TENNESSEE ; NASHVILLE

James Callow Keyword(s): EASTER EASTERTIDE

Subject headings: BELIEF -- Creation and Order of Plant Life
BELIEF -- Plant

Date learned: NOT GIVEN

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