A flowering bunchberry.
☆ a North American dwarf plant (Cornus canadensis) of the dogwood family, having minute flowers surrounded by four large, white bracts and, in the fall, bearing bunches of bright-red berries
A creeping herbaceous plant (Cornus canadensis) chiefly of northern North America, having clusters of scarlet fruit and inconspicuous greenish flowers surrounded by four white, petallike bracts. Also called dwarf cornel.
- A common name for two species of dwarf dogwoods: Cornus canadensis - Canadian or Eastern Bunchberry; Cornus suecica - Eurasian or Northern Bunchberry.
- The fruit of either of these plants.
- Canadian dwarf cornel