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- Latin Name- Cornus Florida Hardy Planting Zone- 5-9 Mature Height- 20-35ft Width-20-30 Sun or Shade- Full Sunshine to Partial Shade
White Dogwood Tree
The white dogwood is a small deciduous tree that produces white blooms in spring and deep purple foliage in the fall. Clusters of green berries (inedible) adorn white dogwood after the spring bloom that grows and change to bright red by fall. The bright red berries remain on the tree long after the foliage is gone to provide food for birds, squirrels, and other wildlife during winter.
White dogwoods are slow growing and will eventually reach a mature size of around 25 feet tall and 10-15 feet in width. Tree limbs start growing low to the ground and will increase in random patterns, giving each dogwood a unique shape. Pruning is not necessary, but a light limb trim can be provided when the tree is dormant during the winter. A light fertilizing in the early spring and watering during times of drought is all this native blooming tree needs to provide years of beauty in any home landscape.
White Dogwood Tree
Cornus florida- White Dogwood
The Cornus Florida, commonly known as the White Dogwood tree, is a flowering tree that is great to use in your landscaping. It is beautiful during all four seasons. Its flowers bloom in the spring season, making it a beautiful addition to your yard.Then in the fall, the leaves are a vibrant purple-red, and the berries attract birds in the winter. It grows up to 25 feet tall, and at full maturity, its spread is 25 feet as well. It has a medium growth rate and can be found in zones 5-9, but not north of zone 5. They also do well in various types of soil, including acidic, loamy, moist, fertile, sandy, well-drained and clay soil.
Mature Height: 15'-25'ft
Growth: Slow growing
Sunlight: Partial Sun
Soil: Moist and slightly acidic, well-drained soil