The flowering dogwood is unquestionably one of the most popular of our native flowering trees.
Height to 30 feet, with a rounded, open, horizontal branching habit. Moderate growth. The branches are covered with spectacular white bracts of flowers in Spring before leaves appear.
Fall fruits are glossy, red, and persist well into late fall. Foliage turns a bright scarlet in fall
Excellent used as specimens, masses or naturalized under large trees. Prefers deep, moist but well-drained soil. Avoid deep planting and a hot, dry exposure. Not reliably hardy Zone 4a.
Container grown, shipped bare to semi-bare root depending on season. Spring and Fall planting is best. 24-36″ at time of shipping