Thuja Gardens
Miss Satomi Dogwood
Miss‘Satomi’ Dogwood is a pink-flowered variety of
the Korean Dogwood.
Miss Satomi ® is beautiful as a specimen tree, lawn tree, or in mixed plantings.
Questions? Call Customer Service @ (828)273-5771

Copyright © 2005 Thuja Gardens Tree Nursery. All Rights Reserved
Quantity:
The Satomi Dogwood, Cornus kousa 'Satomi', produces deep pink flowers that
covers the horizontal spreading branches in April to May. This Japanese selection
will make an elegant specimen tree. It is very hardy and flowers later than other
dogwoods. You will most assuredly note its spectacular not-at-all white color,
which is more like popsicle pink. This kousa blooms not only in a different color,
but at a different time; about a month after every other dogwood is through.
Being very hardy and disease resistant, Satomi Dogwood prefers full sun to light
shade with a well-drained, somewhat acidic soil. Satomi will produce pink-red
fruits that appear in autumn.
Miss Satomi
3 to 4 feet 1 tree @ $43.95
2 or more @ $37.50 ea.
Ships Bareroot
Customers from these states
add $7.00 extra per tree:
AZ - CA - CO - ID - MT - NM  
WA - OR - NV - WY - UT
Quantity:
Outstanding Qualities

This disease resistant selection of pink flowering dogwood is a
great replacement for more problem-prone cultivars. In June white
flushed pink buds open and quickly become a rich rose-pink. The
bright color stands out against the clean green leaves and will last
longer than earlier flowering dogwood blooms. This beautiful small
to medium sized tree develops a graceful layered branching pattern
that shows the flowers off well. In late summer strawberry-like
fruits hang from the branches followed by handsome red and
orange fall color.
Of the pink forms in the market today, Cornus 'Miss Satomi' is considered the best
of all.

'Miss Satomi' is a winner for the garden!
If you wish to
order two or more
varieties at lower prices
Click Here
Of the pink forms in the market today, Cornus 'Miss Satomi' is considered the best of all.

Miss Satomi' is a winner for the garden!