A Showy White Cloud of Flowers in Spring! You know that dogwoods are known for their showy spring flowers, but you have no idea the flower-power they are capable of until you see a Milky Way Dogwood (Cornus kousa var. chinensis ‘Milky Way’) in full bloom. These hybrids take the best of both US and Japanese natives and show them off to perfection. They have more flowers, more fruit and more vigor than any other dogwood on the market. These make perfect yard trees in the US and you won’t believe the attention they bring every spring. Milky Way Dogwood tree is great in a sunny or semi-shady spot. These stunning trees will grow 15-20 feet high and wide. They look great as a foundation tree, a patio tree or even in large pots. The leaves are great shade casters in the summer and turn pretty fall colors every autumn, but oh, those blooms in the spring! Every spring Milky Way flowering dogwood tree covers itself in snow white blossoms after the leaves bud out making the tree look like a frothy confection for over a month! These are perfect specimen trees by themselves, but you can never have too many Milky Way kousa dogwoods in your yard, so try them in groups for a show-stopping woodland garden. These have a huge US range and will do well in most gardens. Buy now to have stunning blooms in the spring! * Beautiful small tree* Tons of white spring flowers* Easy care* Hybrid.
Red Twigs and White Edges The Dogwood ‘Ivory Halo’, Cornus alba ‘Bailhalo’, also known as Tatarian dogwood, is a cultivar that is noted for its compact size, large variegated,white-edged leaves and bright red twigs in winter. It is a rapid-growing, multi-stemmed, suckering, deciduous shrub that grows to a maximum size of 4-6′ tall on erect, usually unbranched, stems. It will grow in any soil type with adequate moisture and full sun to part shade. The bright red winter stems which are particularly showy against a snowy backdrop.The the medium-dark green leaves, are up to 4.5 long, and are edged with white. The tiny, yellowish-white flowers appear in 2.5 diameter flat-topped clusters in late spring. It may have sparse, intermittent additional flowering sometimes continuing into summer. Flowers give way to clusters of blue-white drupes in summer. Fruit is quite attractive to birds and is generally considered to have as much if not more ornamental interest than the flowers. The fall color is variable, but foliage may turn attractive shades of purple-red. *Large White Edges Leaves*Red Stems in Winter*White Berries Which Attract Birds.