The Dogwood, Red Cloud, Cornus florida ‘Red Cloud’, has leaves that are crinkled around the margins and has pink bracts. It offers year round interest with red to pink spring flowers, distinctive, oval, vertically curved leaves in summer, and scarlet red leaves in the fall. As an extra bonus it produces glossy red berries that persist into winter. These fruits are also a favorite of many birds as well as squirrels, rabbits, and raccoon.‘Red Cloud’ Dogwood requires well-drained, acidic soil, rich in organic matter. Partial shade is preferable for best performance. Dogwoods are somewhat susceptible to drought, so be sure that sufficient water is provided during dry periods; mulch well to keep shallow roots cool and retain valuable moisture.Plant this dogwood along the woods edge, in combination with azaleas and rhododendrons or as a small, specimen lawn tree. Perfect for the smaller yard, ‘Red Cloud’ Dogwood is a dwarf tree that provides outstanding four season color!* Berries for wildlife* Year round interest* Dwarf.
Unique Dogwood with Spring and Fall InterestThe Satomi Dogwood is an outstanding ornamental for spring color and fall interest. It would look terrific in the center of a garden bed with lower plants to compliment it. It could also stand alone in your front yard as a focal point to draw the eye. This is a great choice for your yard as the spring blooms come a bit later in the season. When your other spring-blooming plants are beginning to fade, your Dogwood will just be getting started. This extension of your yard’s spring glory will begin with clusters of 4-peteled delicate pink flowers that stand out amid the landscape plantings. As the blooms fade, the pointed, ovate leaves become prominent giving your Dogwood a lush green appearance for the summer months. As fall approaches you’ll see your Dogwood’s foliage change to a deep red that will certainly stand out amid the usual lighter red hues. Satomi dogwoods grow to around 25 feet in height with an equal spread. The multi-stemmed growth is horizontally-inclined, creating a lovely symmetry and low canopy. The bark is grey and peeling which will draw your eye during the winter months. In addition to the ornamental qualities of your Satomi Dogwood, you’ll enjoy the large, raspberry-like berries. Birds will flock to your yard to enjoy a treat from your Dogwood, but you can also sample them for a unique, natural snack. While not as tasty as other berries, the Dogwood berry is sometimes enjoyed primarily for its juice. Satomi Dogwood has a lot to offer as an ornamental planting. Year-round interest and even edible fruit for humans and wildlife make this an outstanding choice for your landscape. * Late spring display* Autumn color* Edible fruit.
Large, Distinct Overlapping BloomsThe Dogwood, Cloud 9, Cornus florida ‘Cloud 9’, is a strong grower with light green foliage and provides distinctive, large overlapping petal-like blooms. These showy, white star-like flowers appear in early spring.It has dark green foliage in the summer, and spectacular scarlet red leaves in the fall with glossy red berries that persist into winter. These fruits are also a favorite of many birds as well as squirrels, rabbits and raccoons.Dogwood, Cloud 9 prefers a rich, deep, well-drained soil and is not recommended for heavy, wet soils. Dogwoods are somewhat susceptible to drought, so be sure that sufficient water is provided during dry periods. Grow in full sun to part shade.Cloud 9 is perfect along the wood’s edge, in combination with azaleas and rhododendrons, or as a small, specimen lawn tree.This amazing dogwood will add value to your home’s landscape with its attractive flowers that adds spring color, and its great compact shape. Add this attractive flowering tree to your landscape!* Showy white flowers* Dark green foliage* Grow in full sun to part shade.
Large Ornamental Shrub with Fragrant Spring FlowersPagoda Dogwood, ‘Cornus alternifolia’, is a large ornamental shrub, or small tree. It is known for having irregular tiers of branches forming a somewhat horizontal plant. Pagoda Dogwood reaches a maximum height of around 25 feet. Pale yellow flowers appear in May and are followed by blue-black fruit. The fragrant flowering that occurs in late May and early June and are considered moderately showy. Pagoda Dogwood prefers cool, moist, acidic soils and partial shade is ideal, but full sun is acceptable if the site is not hot and dry. It does perform best in colder climates. The older bark is gray brown and lightly ridged and furrowed with the younger bark being smooth and reddish brown. The fruit stalks remain and turn a pleasing coral red color in late winter. This shrub is disease resistant and has a fibrous, spreading root system. * 4 season interest* Thrives in cold weather* Fragrant spring flowers* Summer fruit* Coral red color in winter.
The Redstone Dogwood, ‘Corunus Mas “Redstone”, also known as Redstone Cornelian Cherry Dogwood, can be used either as a small tree with a rounded form or as a large, multi-stemmed shrub. It is smaller and more unique to the dogwood family. It is great for the smaller yard or as an accent plant.It has dark green foliage that turns reddish purple in fall. The yellow fuzzy flowers appear in early spring before the leaves and are followed by cherry red fruit in July. It is one of the most popular springtime flowering trees and makes a great accent tree in a formal or informal garden setting.This shrub is one of the first bloomers of the year! The lovely profuse yellow flowers appear in early spring and the oval, cherry red fruit develops in the summer. Redstone Dogwood is a heavy fruit producer that is sought after by wildlife!This dogwood has good disease resistance and a wider area of adaptation than the species. This Redstone Dogwood has nice winter interest with a display of mottled bark. Enjoy the leaves of Redstone Dogwood in late summer as they turn different shades of red to burgundy, and berries highlight the leaves! Dogwoods create their own beauty and compliment other trees during the autumn season.* Outstanding fall color* Food for wildlife* Spring flowers.
Fast Growing Ornamental with Huge Flowers!Cornus florida ‘Cherokee Princess’, Snow White Flowering Dogwood is an early blooming selection with wildly showy and huge four-inch flower bracts in April and May. The early, massive flower display does not disappoint, even on young plants!Young Cherokee Princess trees after the first season will grow rapidly and fill in nicely developing into a neat, smaller specimen for your yard. Upright, smaller tree when young, but still developing that neat flat topped, horizontally branched trees with age. Usually getting about 20’ x 20’ when mature.The dark green leaves are lighter beneath, but in fall turn an incredible and consistent red-purple. The younger stems are a purplish color during the growing season. Small, bright red fruits are produced in clusters of 3 or 4 and ripen in September and October. The birds adore them and usually take them right after they ripen, or they will fall once ripe.Cherokee Princess prefer a well-drained, acidic soil with lots of organic matter and good moisture – you will have excellent success for many years. Full sun to partial shade is best, with a mulched root zone and additional moisture during the drier spells will keep your plant very happy.For a smaller ornamental tree that is fast growing, you can’t go wrong with the Snow White Flowering Dogwood. It has a lot to offer. They’re hard to find in garden centers & we usually sell these out fast. Order yours today!* Massive flower display in spring * Stunning dark green foliage * Red-purple fall color.
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.
Clouds of Pink Flowers in Spring!Dogwoods are perfect yard trees in the US. Not only are they native, which makes them super adaptable to almost any space, but they are absolutely, jaw-dropping gorgeous in the spring. Stellar Pink® Dogwood (Cornus ‘Rutgan’ STELLAR PINK) is a cross between these American natives and Japanese native dogwood and the results will take your breath away.Great in a sunny or semi-shady spot in your yard, these stunning trees will grow 25 feet high and wide. They look beautiful in the perennial border or as a foundation tree and excel as a light shade tree during the hot summer months.But, oh, those blooms! Every spring Stellar Pink® flowering dogwood tree covers itself in soft pink blossoms just after the tree leaves out (a sure sign of its Japanese heritage.) Make sure you plant the tree somewhere where you can enjoy them up close. They are simple, but beautiful, flowers.Improved disease resistance and low maintenance, all these trees really require is adequate water during the hot summer months.Plant them singly as specimens or in groups for a show-stopping woodland garden.The US native parentage means that these will do well in most gardens. They are hot sellers, so order yours early for the best spring bloom!* Beautiful small tree* Spring flowers* Easy care* Native.
Small Ornamental Tree with Seasonal AppealWhite Flowering Dogwood is a deciduous tree valued for its pleasing shape and seasonal color. It would find a welcome place in your yard near a patio or as a small grouping in a side yard. Each season with your Dogwood will bring you something new to enjoy. The snowy white blossoms spring into life before the tree has even leafed out. In the summer distinctive curved leaves will appear. A variety of birds will visit your yard to take advantage of the tasty, bright scarlet berries your tree provides later in the summer. In the autumn your Dogwood will transform itself in shades of red. Just when you think the show is over, winter will reveal the underappreciated characteristic of the Dogwood. Heads will turn at the sight of the unusual bark as it’s fully exposed in all its uniquely mottled, rough glory. Your Dogwood will grow in almost any soil conditions. It can grow up to 15-30 feet with a 20 foot spread. It has horizontal growth on the lower half of the tree and upright branching on the top half, forming a round crown. This unusual growth pattern produces a graceful, flowing shape that will naturally draws the eye to its unique form in your landscape. The White Flowering Dogwood certainly has something to recommend it in every season, and it will look terrific in your yard year round. * Spring and fall color* Winter appeal* Berries for wildlife* Hardy.
Stunning Spring Display, Edible Fruit and Fall ColorThe Kousa Dogwood (Cornus kousa chinesis) is a deciduous tree with a specialized leaf system (bract), that creates a showy white appearance throughout the summer. It is sometimes called the Chinese dogwood, Korean dogwood, or Japanese dogwood. This tree would look stunning planted in small groupings along your home or as a focal point in your front yard. Your Dogwood’s 4-inch, dark green leaves will appear in spring, but it’s in late spring when the real show begins. Pointed bracts of 4-petaled white flowers will appear, giving this tree a unique show-stopping appearance. As an added bonus, 1-inch, round red berries will begin to appear in the summer and be ready for a fall harvest. Sweet and juicy, these berries are a favorite for wine makers, but can also be eaten straight from the tree. As fall approaches, your Dogwood will transform from green to a vibrant red/burgundy splash of color for your landscape. Even when those leaves have come and gone, your remaining berries will still dangle from the branches, like an early holiday display right in your yard. The Dogwood has a horizontal branching structure that reaches all the way to the base, forming a natural pyramidal shape. It can reach heights of 20-30 feet and spread to 30 feet wide. This particular Dogwood has a better disease tolerance than many other flowering Dogwoods, and is generally hardy and easy to care for. Deer won’t like this tree, but birds certainly will…and so will you! * Unique spring/summer display* Edible fruit* Fall color.
Long Lasting Ruby Red Spring BloomsThe Red Flowering Dogwood Tree (Cornus florida ‘Cherokee Chief’) is a traditional dogwood in an exceptional color that offers year-round interest.You will know that spring has truly arrived when your Red Flowering Dogwood leaps into action. Gorgeous ruby red blooms will cover the tree starting before the leaves appear and lasting long after other spring bloomers quit. To add to this spectacular show the new foliage starts out red then matures to a glossy emerald green. The red and green leaves form the most perfect backdrop to the pink and crimson blossoms that last well into the season. As proof of their beauty, The Dogwood Festival in Atlanta, GA brings visitors from far and wide to celebrate this trees brilliant flowering period. In fall your Red Flowering Dogwood will transform again. Its leaves turn stunning shades of bright scarlet, burgundy and amber. Sure to brighten even the furthest corner of your yard.The Red Flowering Dogwood will start to shed its leaves in late fall when glossy, ruby red fruit will be revealed. Not only will the branches provide a feast for songbirds, they will also be a wonderful addition to you winter décor.The Red Flowering Dogwoods size makes it easy to add to any landscape. Plant it near a patio or window where you can enjoy it all year long. * Deer resistant* Drought tolerant* Pest and disease resistant* Patio Tree.
Looks like a Diva but doesn’t act like one!Yes, she likes turning heads. Yes, she likes dressing up. Yes, she commands attention. Yes, the Pink Flowering Dogwood works hard…but you don’t have to.The Pink Flowering Dogwood will look fantastic in your landscape all year ‘round. The leaves are deep green in the summer, turning crimson in the fall. In the winter, the peeling bark stands out in grey and cinnamon colors, especially against a snow-covered yard.But when we’re talking about a dogwood, spring is the season. The Pink Dogwood will literally stop your neighbors in their tracks when it blooms in the spring.These are one of the earliest trees to bloom. The pretty pink flowers that cover the leafless branches in spring start out a light pink. Then, as they age they turn a deeper rose shade. This gives the effect of multiple colors of pink on the same tree!You might think that a tree with this much to offer would be a diva in the garden. Just the opposite! It tolerates just about any soil condition, is ok in full sun or light shade and won’t grow out of bounds. It will even start flowering as young as just 3 or 4 feet tall! Talk about eager to please.Don’t hesitate adding this tree to your yard this year. You won’t regret it.* Spring and fall color* Winter appeal* Berries for wildlife* Hardy.