Beloved white Dogwood blooms on a tree with superior mildew resistance. The showy flower is about 3 to 3-1/2" across. The white "petals" are actually bracts. Cornus 'Appalachian Joy' is supernumerary bracted (can have more than four and up to eight bracts). The supernumerary bracts, when present, give a slightly fuller look to the bloom, they are on average about one-half the size of the primary bracts and there can be one to four present on a bloom. Beautiful as a single specimen or in groups. Cornus florida, a beautiful and beloved native tree has striking, iconic spring blooms, red fruit for birds approximately 1/2" in size, and foliage that turns shades of red in fall. Will grow in average, medium moisture, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade, but is ideally grown in moist, organically rich, acidic soils in part shade. Benefits from 2-4" of organic mulch. This ornamental tree can reach 15-30' in height and width.
Size: 10' tall, 5' wide in 10 years. Plant zones: 5-8. Code: 1CORAPPJ.
Genus/Common Name:Cornus/Dogwood Light Requirements:
full sun/partial shade Container Size:1.07gal/4.08L
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