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Image of Cornus florida

James H. Schutte

(Flowering Dogwood, Pygmy Flowering Dogwood)

Pygmy flowering dogwood is a true harbinger of spring. A tree native to eastern North America, this dwarf selection has an elegant spreading canopy. In mid-spring it presents small clusters of green flowers surrounded by four large creamy white bracts. These are followed by clusters of bright red berry-like fruits, which are eaten by birds. The green leaves of this fine ornamental turn purple-red in fall.

Though shade tolerant, flowering dogwood looks best when grown in a full to part sun and...

Image of Cornus florida

Jesse Saylor

(Flowering Dogwood, Variegated Flowering Dogwood)

Flowering dogwood is a true harbinger of spring. Native to the woodlands of southeastern North America, this medium-sized tree has an elegant spreading canopy. In mid-spring it presents small clusters of green flowers surrounded by four large creamy white or rosy pink bracts. These are followed by clusters of bright red, berry-like fruits which are eaten by songbirds. The oval green leaves of this fine ornamental turn purple-red in fall.

Though sun and shade tolerant, flowering dogwood looks...

(Flowering Dogwood, Red Cloud Flowering Dogwood)

This cultivated dogwood variety, ‘Red Cloud,’ is a deciduous tree with graceful, spreading branches, prized for its spring display of beautiful deep pink bloom. Like all dogwoods, its true flowers are tiny, green, and clustered at the center of four far larger bracts (petal-like leaves) that produce this cultivar’s spring show. It is a selection of flowering dogwood, a native of southeastern North America, chosen for its red cloud of bloom. It also has reliable red fall color and bright red late...

Image of Cornus florida

Jesse Saylor

(Cherokee Sunset Flowering Dogwood, Flowering Dogwood)

This fine flowering dogwood has more than just beautiful spring flowers. Throughout the growing season, 'Sunset' bears subdued variegated foliage, in shades of yellow-green and green with pink highlights, which turns purple-red in fall. Its leaves contrast nicely with the many spring flowers. These consist of green flower clusters surrounded by four large, rose-red bracts. Later in the season they develop into clusters of bright red berry-like fruits, which are eaten by birds.

Though shade tolerant,...

(Flowering Dogwood, Sunset Flowering Dogwood)

This dogwood, ‘Sunset,’ is a flowering deciduous tree with graceful, spreading branches, prized for its combination of variegated leaves and purplish-red bloom. Like all dogwoods, its true flowers are tiny, green, and clustered at the center of four far larger bracts (petal-like leaves) that produce the spring show of bloom. It is a selection of flowering dogwood, a native of eastern North America, and a sport (a mutation) of another selection, ‘Cherokee Chief.’ The leaves emerge tipped with pinkish-red,...

Image of Cornus florida

Jesse Saylor

(Flowering Dogwood, Variegated Flowering Dogwood)

Flowering dogwood is a true harbinger of spring. Native to the woodlands of southeastern North America, this medium-sized tree has an elegant spreading canopy. In mid-spring it presents small clusters of green flowers surrounded by four large creamy white or rosy pink bracts. These are followed by clusters of bright red, berry-like fruits which are eaten by songbirds. The oval green leaves of this fine ornamental turn purple-red in fall.

Though sun and shade tolerant, flowering dogwood looks...

Image of Cornus florida

Jesse Saylor

(Flowering Dogwood, Yellow-fruited Flowering Dogwood)

Flowering dogwood is a true harbinger of spring. Native to the woodlands of southeastern North America, this medium-sized tree has an elegant spreading canopy. In mid-spring it presents small clusters of green flowers surrounded by four large creamy white or rosy pink bracts. These are followed by clusters of bright red, berry-like fruits which are eaten by songbirds. The oval green leaves of this fine ornamental turn purple-red in fall.

Though sun and shade tolerant, flowering dogwood looks...

(Flowering Dogwood)

Members of the Cherokee Series were bred for increased vigor and disease resistance. Like all flowering dogwoods, these medium-sized trees have elegant spreading canopies and originate from southeastern North America. In mid-spring they put forth small clusters of green flowers surrounded by four large bracts that may be rose, creamy white or pink, depending on the selection. Flowers are followed by clusters of bright red berry-like fruits that are eaten by songbirds. The oval green leaves of this...

Image of Cornus florida f. pluribracteata photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Double-flowering Dogwood, Flowering Dogwood)

Flowering dogwood is a true harbinger of spring. Native to the woodlands of southeastern North America, this medium-sized tree has an elegant spreading canopy. In mid-spring it presents small clusters of green flowers surrounded by four large creamy white or rosy pink bracts. These are followed by clusters of bright red, berry-like fruits which are eaten by songbirds. The oval green leaves of this fine ornamental turn purple-red in fall.

Though sun and shade tolerant, flowering dogwood looks...

Image of Cornus florida f. rubra photo by: Felder Rushing

Felder Rushing

(Flowering Dogwood, Pink Flowering Dogwood)

Pink flowering dogwood is a true harbinger of spring. Originating from southeastern North America, this medium-sized tree has a rounded canopy with horizontal branching. In mid-spring it presents inconspicuous yellow flower clusters surrounded by four showy, rose-pink bracts. These are followed by clusters of bright red, berry-like fruits which are eaten by songbirds. Its leaves have a rose cast when they first emerge in spring, then fade to medium green and turn purple-red in fall.

Though sun...