Diminutive blooms create a dazzling display when they come together on flowering dogwood trees in the spring. This remarkable performance is best seen in the Ozarks, the Carolinas or Virginia early in the springtime before other trees begin to leaf. Dogwoods are often smaller than their neighbors, but every eye turns their way as they showcase the true beauty that is the dogwood flower. Photos capture the petite clusters of yellow buds in the middle of four large white or pink petals. Springtime just isn’t the same for an Ozark native without these images. Residents of North Carolina and Virginia so appreciate the dogwood that the pretty bloom has been designated the official state flower. Best of all, dogwood wall art recalls favorite memories each spring as the world awakens from a long winter’s nap.