Among all flowering trees the dogwood is regarded by most of America as unrivaled in beauty. It grows 15 to 25
feet inheight and is generally wider than tall. This deciduous ornamental tree offers landscape interest for all
seasons, beginning with its floral display in late March to early June that last 2 to 4 weeks followed by deep, green
foliage held on layered branches in the summer. With fall comes a brilliant show of scarlet to reddish purple foliage
and bright red fruit borne in small clusters. The fruit often lasts into December or until it is devoured by
Dogwoods make excellent understory trees in a semi-shaded area and can be used in foundation plantings. They
are often used as a backdrop for rhododendrons, azaleas, or other spring-flowering shrubs. Dogwoods are
excellent for specimen or accent plantings around the terrace or patio.
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Grafted Flowering Dogwood Trees
Flowering Dogwood trees are America's most
favorite flowering tree!