I have read that dogwoods generally do not "bleed" in the summer, but I just noticed that the dogwood in my yard is "bleeding" sap. What could be causing this? We did cut off a dead branch about a month ago and did not notice any "bleeding" at that time. It has been extremely hot here in Missouri for the past month. Thanks.
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Here is an article that explains the many reasons why dogwoods would bleed sap: