Cherokee Chief™ Dogwood
The Cherokee Chief Flowering Dogwood grows 20 to 25 feet tall and spreads 12 to 15 feet. This is one of the most popular red-
flowered cultivars. It is usually trained as a picturesque multi-trunked tree. The flowers consist of four bracts which subtend the small
head of yellow flowers. The bracts are deep red and very striking. The fall color is usually bronze and the bright red fruits are often eaten
by birds. Fall color is more vivid in USDA hardiness zones 5 to 8a. Branches on the lower half of the crown grow horizontally, those in
the upper half are more upright.
Growing to 15 feet high and 15 to 20 feet wide, Cherokee Chief™ has a rounded, naturally symmetrical shape that creates a fine canopy
of shade in the garden. It thrives in full sun in cooler climates, preferring a bit of shade in warmer areas, and serves as an understory tree
in hot climates.
This is one of the most popular red-flowered cultivars.
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This is one of the most popular
red-flowered cultivars. It is usually
trained as a picturesque multitrunked
Zones 5 to 8
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