I don’t recall the Dogwood Blooms being so thick in the trees in previous years. These of course are wild. We’ve never planted one on the farm. They just seem to volunteer in the right spots which is a good thing because they are just about impossible to transplant. They just don’t like to be messed with. As for the dense blooms, there must be a dozen or so Dogwood trees right across the creek from my house and the blooms are so thick, I cannot see through the canopy of white. Thanks for the look and have a great evening.