White Dogwood Trees
These white dogwood trees are 3′ bareroot trees and you will receive 2 of them. An excellent landscape choice for all four seasons, the White Dogwood is a favorite in many yards and gardens. White “flowers” show their beauty in spring, foliage turns a vibrant red-purple in fall and glossy red fruits attract winter songbirds for the enjoyment of all. This tree is a great option to plant near utility lines, next to larger buildings or near patios. It also offers nice contrast when planted along with Pink or Red Dogwoods with larger evergreens in the background. Just give me a call at 919-696-0328. You can even send a picture to this number by texting it. This will help me answer any questions you may have. When you receive your trees I would recommend cutting off the top foot.
Hardiness Zones: The white dogwood trees can be expected to grow in Hardiness Zones 5–9.
Growth Rate: This tree grows at a medium rate, with height increases of 13–24″ per year.
- Blooms April–May, with distinctive white bracts (modified leaves) surrounding a smaller insignificant flower.
- Produces glossy red fruit eaten by birds.
- Provides great fall color, with leaves turning red-purple.
- Grows in a rounded shape.
- Is a good choice for planting near utility lines, larger buildings or patios.
- Features dark green leaves that are 4–8″ long and oval or ovate in shape.
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