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Red Dogwood Trees

Sale price$89.99

Size 1-2'
Quantity 25 Trees

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Jane Howard
Cherokee Chief Dogwood

Trees arrived packed well and of good size.

Over twenty species comprise the Cornus genus, including the red dogwood tree. This majestic ornamental deciduous type heralds the welcome arrival of warm spring weather in the moderate U.S.D.A. growing zones. This beauty is a T.N. Nursery staff favorite.

They will reach a mature height of twenty to thirty feet, making it tall enough to provide shade without overshadowing the entire yard.

Red Dogwood Trees Has Stunning Scarlet Blooms In Spring

Gardeners covet them for the wildly colorful spring blossom, a dazzling hue of pin scarlet that steals every heart. Besides showing off flamboyant blooms, they are drought-tolerant once established, making them perfect for those who sometimes have watering restrictions. It's also cold-tolerant and able to withstand short bouts of frigid temperatures.

The Red Dogwood Trees Loves Bright Sun-Shine

The red dogwood tree is a sun lover who wants to bask in the sunshine on those first warm spring days. The sun helps it produce those showy flowers early in the growing season; that sunny spot is a must.

It is an excellent ornamental plant that can be an understory type near taller species, provided it receives adequate sunshine. It can also be a focal point anywhere you want a beautiful showpiece for your yard.

Red Dogwood Trees Loves Fast-Draining Woody Soil

It likes fast-draining, woody soil. When you plant your seedling, de-compact the soil, amend it with some hardwood mulch or compost, and give it an inch of water per week.

Once its root system strengthens, it will require little care from you except twice-yearly fertilizing (spring, after blooming and fall) and mulching around the base to protect the roots from the winter cold.

A central trunk breaks into multiple graceful, sturdy branches with attractive light brown bark.

Red Dogwood Trees Has Pink Buds In Early Spring

The buds are among the first signs of warm weather in the spring. They open into showy, four-petalled flowers that measure as large as four inches across. Some describe the shape as a cross shape. The blossoms are jewel-toned pink scarlet and unmatched in beauty.

The leaves arrive after the flowers fade. They are bright green, oval, and up to six inches long. The canopy is beautiful.

T.N. Nursery ships freshly dug plants on-demand from our customers--order your red dogwood tree today.