Cornus alternifolia Pagoda Dogwood ZONE 3
Cornus alternifolia

Creamy white clusters of flowers hover on elegantly spaced branches in May before turning to clusters of attractive blue-black fruit that birds adore. The deep green, heavily textured leaves turn burgundy in fall with maroon-burgundy stems in the winter.

Great For: Focal landscape tree, Massed for naturalizing

HEIGHT: 8-14'

WIDTH: 8-12'

SUN 4-6+ hours

SOIL: Moist Sandy

Attracts ButterfliesAttracts BirdsDeer ResistantNative of New EnglandBears Fruit
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Flower Color: White

Bloom Time: Spring

Growth Rate: Moderate

Shape: Vase Wide

Feeding: Plant-tone

Fall Color: Purple Red

Winter Interest: Branching Color Structure