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- Latin Name- Cornus Amomum Hardy Zone- 3-9 Mature Height- 6-10ft Width 6-10ft Sun Or Shade- Full Sun
- THIS PLANT CAN NOT SHIP TO THE FOLLOWING STATES:
SILKY DOGWOOD STAKES – Cornus Amomum
THIS PLANT CAN NOT BE SHIPPED TO FL
Silky Dogwood Live Stakes are plants are considered big bush like plants or rather tiny looking trees. They tend to sprout in wide open field like areas that are more dry and they need less nutrients to help them grow. The seeds that they have are highly sought after by certain animals. The small trees have the ability to grow into huge colonies and this is good to stop erosion. If these types of plants are growing near water then the roots are helpful with keeping the soil undamaged. The limbs of the plant tend to come in contact with the ground and that helps for the regeneration of even more new plants, this is the reason for the colonies that are produced that helps fight off the erosion's in the root systems. The tree can grow up to 10 feet high when it's at it's full growth and can spread up to 10 feet. This plant is found in many locations all over the United States. This plant also loves to grow in the sun but can also survive in shaded areas. The Silky Dogwood Live Stakes are most known for it's beautiful blooms and the appearance of it. The plant's trucks are greyish brown in color that is known as the bark on the tree and it also has many trees that grow from the central trunk. The leaves on the tree also have a greenish color to them around summer months while in the colder months they turn into a dark red color. In the springtime white creamy like colors are on the appearance of the flowers. The flowers grow in cluster like colonies and hold a lot of pollen from the bees and other bugs. Other creatures are attracted to the flowers like the birds that love the small black seeds that the flowers produced.
The Silky dogwood is a very beautiful tree with yellow-white flowers. The silky dogwood tree blooms in mid-June. The silky dogwood requires moist, fertile soil with full sun to partial shade. The silky dogwood can grow 3 or more feet in one year.