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Plants Matching cornus florida

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Mark Kane

(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, White Flowering Dogwood)

Flowering dogwood is a small tree to 20 feet tall, usually with spreading branches. Grown for its beautiful double white bracts that surround greenish flowers in the spring. Leaves are medium to dark green turning red to orange in the fall. The bright red fruits are loved by birds, so disappear quickly in the winter. Best used in protected areas with slightly acidic soil. Flowering dogwood is beautiful when used in a mixed border or foundation planting.

(American Beauty Flowering Dogwood, Flowering Dogwood)

Flowering dogwood is a small tree to 20 feet tall, usually with spreading branches. Mostly grown for its beautiful rosy-red bracts that surround greenish lightly fragrant flowers in the spring. Leaves are medium to dark green turning red to purple in the fall. The bright red fruits are loved by birds, so disappear quickly in the winter. Best used in protected areas with slightly acidic soil. Flowering dogwood is beautiful when used along wood lines, by water, in a mixed border or foundation planting.

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James Burghardt

(Cherokee Brave Flowering Dogwood, Flowering Dogwood)

Cherokee Brave flowering dogwood is a true harbinger of spring. Originating from eastern North America, this vigorous medium-sized tree has an elegant canopy with spreading, horizontal branches. In mid-spring it presents small clusters of green flowers surrounded by four large rosy pink bracts dipped in white. These are followed by clusters of bright red berry-like fruits, which are eaten by birds. The leaves of 'Cherokee Brave' are burgundy tinted when they emerge in spring, fade to medium green...

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James H. Schutte

(Cherokee Chief Flowering Dogwood, Flowering Dogwood)

Cherokee Chief flowering dogwood is a magnificent harbinger of spring's warmth. Originating from eastern North America, this vigorous medium-sized tree has a rounded canopy with horizontal branching. In mid-spring it presents small clusters of yellow-green flowers surrounded by four large rosy red bracts. These are followed by clusters of bright red berry-like fruits, which are eaten by birds. Its leaves have a red cast when they first emerge in spring, then fade to medium green and turn purple-red...

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James Burghardt

(Cherokee Princess Dogwood, Flowering Dogwood)

Cherokee Princess flowering dogwood is a true harbinger of spring. Originating from eastern North America, this vigorous medium-sized tree has a rounded canopy with horizontal branching. In mid-spring it presents yellow-green flower clusters surrounded by four enormous creamy white bracts. These are followed by clusters of bright red berry-like fruits, which are eaten by birds. Its medium green leaves turn purple-red in fall.

Though shade tolerant, flowering dogwood looks best when grown in...

(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...

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James Burghardt

(Cloud Nine Flowering Dogwood, Flowering Dogwood)

This dogwood selection, ‘Cloud Nine’, is a small, deciduous tree with graceful, spreading branches. It is grown for its spring display of beautiful white flowers. The true flowers are tiny and clustered at the center of four large white bracts (petal-like leaves) that are oval with a dented end, upward-facing and overlapping. This cultivar is a selection of flowering dogwood, a native of eastern North America, chosen for its exceptionally profuse bloom. The tree almost turns white in spring with...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Flowering Dogwood, Pink Beauty Flowering Dogwood)

Red Beauty flowering dogwood is a beautiful small tree with a broad canopy and elegant horizontal branches. In mid-spring, this heavy bloomer presents inconspicuous yellow-green flower clusters surrounded by four showy dark rose-red bracts. These are followed by clusters of bright red berry-like fruits which are eaten by birds. Its medium-green leaves turn purple-red in fall.

Though shade tolerant, flowering dogwood looks best when grown in a full to part sun location. Provide it with fertile,...

(Cherokee Daybreak® Flowering Dogwood, Flowering Dogwood)

Cherokee Daybreak® is a variegated selection of flowering dogwood Cornus florida, which is native of southeastern North America. This small deciduous tree has an elegant canopy with spreading, horizontal branches, and it flowers beautifully in mid-spring, covering itself with upward-facing white blooms made of four overlapping bracts (petal-like leaves) surrounding a green center of tiny flowers that give way to clusters of bright red berry-like fruits, which are eaten by birds. The leaves...