Dogwoods are native to eastern North America and northern Mexico.
- often wider than it is tall when mature
- bloom in April or early May
The fruit is extremely sour and does not taste good, but makes a good food source for many birds.
Native Americans used the bark and roots for illness remedies and dyes. Their wood is hard and dense, good for handles, tools, cutting boards and more. It was used to treat dogs with mange which may be how it got its name.
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Native Pollinator Plant. This native beauty has such a long list of features that it's hard to see why it isn't used more. Quick growing and spread...View full details
This exquisite dwarf dogwood has golden yellow stems with red tips and orangey fall foliage that will dress up your smaller gardens or landscape in...View full details
Graceful flowering dogwood with narrow, small green leaves edged with golden-white variegation. Dainty, white flower bracts offer added interest t...View full details
Vigorous growth habit produces deep red blooms, large red berries and an exceptional burgundy-red fall color. Season-long deep green foliage color ...View full details
A more compact form of shrubby dogwood, this selection has beautiful cream-edged variegated foliage and stand-out bright red twigs that really enha...View full details
You'll never look at Dogwood the same way again once you catch a glimpse at this stunning piece of landscape eye candy! 'Wolf Eyes' dense, spreadin...View full details
A beacon in the winter landscape with its bright red stems, this selection is also easy to grow and tolerant of poor soils, wet areas and the colde...View full details