cornus pagoda dogwood

Cornus Alternifolia

cornus pagoda dogwood
cornus pagoda dogwood

Cornus pagoda dogwood is an excellent dogwood specimen for partial, open shady areas. These smaller, lower branched trees, grow in open irregular tier format giving a somewhat horizontal shape. It’s a hardy variety and has fragrant yellowish-white flowers. Dark berries follow to provide winter interest.

These ornamental trees are understory in their native zones hence a dappled shade location is best.

Height: 15′ – 20′

Width: 15′ – 20′

Exposure: Sun (4 hours minimum) to part or dappled shade.

Fruit / Flower: Drupe blue-black berry .5″. Yellow-white flattened clump flowers.

Fall Color: Yellow to red purple.

Water: Water needs are average requiring 1 inch of water per week in the form of rainfall or manual watering. It is a hardy ornamental tree.

Fertilizer: Use a general slow release fertilizer in early spring though this isn’t really required. Mulching over the root zone is useful.

Pruning: Prune lightly in dormancy to keep in shape and form.

Category: Trees – Pagoda Dogwood near me – Cornus Alternifolia