Dogwood Tree

STELLAR PINK® RUTGERS DOGWOOD

STELLAR PINK® RUTGERS DOGWOOD

Dogwood Trees provide shade, ornamental flowering and structure to any landscape. With an amazing legend((LINK)) the flowering dogwood delights us in early Spring with about 2 – 4 weeks of flowering bracts of red, white or pink.

In Summer the dogwood rewards with lush green foliage, with many of the varieties foliage turning a deep purple into fall. The show doesn’t stop in fall, most varieties of dogwoods provide a buffet of red berries.

A veritable wildlife refuge – Dogwoods are loved by their owners and birds alike. Dogwoods are generally not overly demanding on their owners, but there are some things to take in mind when planting a dogwood.

 

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CELESTIAL SHADOW DOGWOOD

CORNUS X ‘CELESTIAL SHADOW’

 

The Celestial Shadow® Dogwood tree is a rare and choice ornamental tree that will wow you all season long with a parade of changing colors. In spring, you’ll marvel at the variegated leaves when they emerge, each one bordered by a generous margin of canary yellow.

The green and gold leaves soon become the backdrop for dazzling white flowers, and in fall the foliage turns psychedelic shades of purple and pink!

This hybrid Dogwood tree is not only a looker, but a strong and healthy selection with greater disease resistance than ordinary Flowering Dogwoods. Plant one now and let the show begin!

 

 


 

STELLAR PINK® RUTGERS DOGWOOD

CORNUS x ‘RUTGAN’ PP #7,207

 

Stellar Pink® Dogwood is a charming multi-season tree that will dress up your entryway garden, patio area, or any of the beds around your home that could use a little sparkle.  

This dependable hybrid Dogwood tree will delight you with an abundance of starry pink flowers in late spring.  In summer, the disease-resistant foliage stays clean and healthy-looking, and in fall, the leaves turn garnet red, glowing in the October sunshine.  

Narrow in youth, this medium-sized tree fills out with age (don’t we all?).  Be patient, as Stellar Pink® Dogwood does take a few years to start blooming heavily and to develop its rich pink color.  It’s worth the wait!

 


 

CHEROKEE PRINCESS FLOWERING DOGWOOD

CORNUS FLORIDA ‘CHEROKEE PRINCESS’

 

With her immaculate white flowers, ruby-red fruits, and crimson-purple fall robes, Cherokee Princess Dogwood will be the crown jewel of your landscape.

This selection of our beloved native Flowering Dogwood tree will shine whether planted near your deck or patio, at the edge of a woodland area (where Dogwood trees grow naturally), or smack-dab in the middle of your front yard.

Just be sure to plant this stellar four-season ornamental tree where you can see it from indoors, because the only thing as pretty as Dogwood flowers in spring are songbirds in winter feasting on shiny red Dogwood fruits!

 

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