"Cherokee Brave" Flowering Dogwood has deep red flowers. Reddish-green new growth matures to green and brilliant burgundy-red in fall. Does well in afternoon shade. Prefers full sun and reaches 25-30 ft. tall and spreads 20-25 ft. wide. Deer resistant!
Profuse, large, overlapping, blush pink, flower-like bracts cover this small but vigorous tree in early spring. The fully branched habit provides layers of lush green foliage from bottom to top. A magnificent landscape specimen for small gardens or woodland settings. A sterile cultivar that produces no fruit. Deciduous.
"Radiant Rose" Kousa Dogwood has large deep pink flowers that often hold their color through July. Textured leaves, tinged with red, turn rich red in fall. Has a spreading, arching habit. Prefers partial shade to full sun. Reaches 20-25 ft. tall and 12-15 ft. wide. Deer resistant!
Cornus florida, commonly known as flowering dogwood, is a small deciduous tree that typically grows 15-30’ tall with a low-branching, broadly-pyramidal but somewhat flat-topped habit. Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Prefers moist, organically rich, acidic soils in part shade. Benefits from a 2-4” mulch which will help keep roots cool and moist in summer.