Dogwoods Trees and Shrubs


Cherokee Brave Flowering Dogwood Tree

'Cherokee Brave'

NATIVE. Cornus florida Dogwood Tree 'Cherokee Brave' Pink 20' - 30'. Wildlife and bird garden plant. A pink flowering dogwood with a rounded shape, perfect as a small ornamental landscape tree or understory tree in a woodland garden. New growth is a reddish green that turns a rich green as leaves mature. The fall color on 'Cherokee Brave' is a beautiful burgundy red with red berries in early to late fall. For pink flowering types we carry 'Cherokee Brave' in our garden center as we feel it is one of the better varieties for sale. A good pick for Georgia gardens.

 


Cherokee Princess Dogwood Tree

'Cherokee Princess'

NATIVE. Cornus florida Dogwood Tree 'Cherokee Princess' White 15' - 25'. Wildlife and bird garden plant. Small sized landscape tree with many large, snow white blooms in spring. 'Cherokee Princess' is a smaller sized dogwood, making it a great fit for a small landscape or space. The fall foliage is a bright blend of orange and red, and red berries appear in the fall. he berries attract songbirds to a garden.

 


Firebird Dogwood Tree

'Firebird' Variegated

NATIVE. Cornus florida Variegated Dogwood Tree 'Firebird' 10' -15'. A smaller flowering tree for small space landscapes or as a front yard tree, 'Firebird' is unique with its variegated foliage and pinkish red new growth. The flower bracts are a dark pink with a white center. Plant 'Firebird' as a specimen tree or to compliment other pink or white flowering dogwoods.

 


Kays Appalachian Mist Dogwood

'Kay's Appalachian Mist'

NATIVE. Cornus florida Dogwood Tree 'Kay's Appalachian Mist' 20' - 25'. Medium green foliage turns red in fall. 'Kay's Appalachian Mist' has shown to be more resistant to powdery mildew than our native dogwood. It has classic large white flower bracts which appear in spring, then the flowers are followed by bright red fruit the birds love. Fall color is a vivid red.

 


 

Kousa Dogwood 'Milky Way'

Cornus kousa chinensis Dogwood Tree 'Milky Way' White 15' - 20'. A small, deciduous, flowering tree or multi-stemmed shrub with a horizontal branches and vase shaped habit when young, which eventually matures to a rounded shape. Abundant blooms appear in late spring followed by bright red berries. The flower bracts are quite showy, featuring four narrowly pointed petal like white bracts around a center of yellow green, true flowers. The berry on Kousa Dogwood 'Milky Way' matures to a pinkish red in summer and persist into fall. Kousa Dogwood 'Milky Way' has multi season interest with showy flowers over a long period in late spring and early summer, beautiful exfoliating bark, good fall color and attractive fruit.

 


 

Kousa Dogwood 'Satomi'

Cornus kousa 'Satomi' Pink Chinese Dogwood 15' - 20'. In late spring 'Satomi' Chinese Dogwood features showy clusters of pink flower bracts at the branch ends. Pointed leaves have blue green foliage throughout the season and turn an outstanding brick red color in autumn. Kousa Dogwood also has pink berries from early to mid fall the bark is a peeling gray for year around interest. 'Satomi' has a strongly horizontal growth habit.

 


Plena Dogwood Tree

'Plena'

NATIVE. Cornus florida 'Plena' 12'. A small size tree perfect for a front yard, 'Plena' is a lovely double white flowering dogwood with a touch of apple green at the base of the bracts. The white flowers are extremely showy and composed of 17 to 24 large bracts. 'Plena' has a compact habit and is suitable for planting in small gardens or woodland edges. Fall color is an attractive purple red. Sterile, no fruit.

 


 

This is a sample of Dogwoods varieties for sale in our plant nursery. Please visit or contact us for current plant stock. Retail or wholesale.

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