Dogwood Trees

Dogwood Trees

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Latin Name-Cornus Florida, Hardy Planting Zone-5-9 Mature Height-20-35 Width-20-25 Sun or Shade- Full Sun to Partial Sun

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Dogwood Trees will do great in climate zones 4 through 9. 

These trees can be seen a lot growing in the Southern part of the United States.  They are amazing and will add lots of beauty when they are in bloom.  These trees will also be available in different types and different colors.  These trees are a very beautiful tree when it comes to homeowners because they love the heights of these trees and also the color that it will provide in the springtime. Dogwood Trees are a fantastic tree.  They are also great to outline a long walkway or a long driveway. These trees are great and will be very easy to care for because they can adapt to all different types of soils.  There are several varieties of this tree.  Some of the types available are Pink Flowering Dogwood, Kousa Dogwood, Red Dogwood and also a White Dogwood. It has good color for the homeowner to choose that will go great and will become attractive on a lawn.  This tree will also survive better is not planted in full sunlight all day.  It will grow and become healthy if planted in shade. They bloom during the spring months and will make a lawn stand out with great beauty.  There are also stories told using this tree, and one is that the blooms will represent the resurrection and redemption by Christ. This tree will make a great addition to any lawn or landscaping area in which you choose to plant. Dogwood Trees Dogwood Trees (Cronus) are colorful beauties that many homeowners buy to add classic elegance and ornamental flair to their landscapes. There are a large variety of Dogwood shrubs and tree species to choose from, and the most popular one is the Flowering Dogwood. It's a tree many gardeners are attracted to because it is one of the smaller varieties and not imposing to a property. The plant height ranges from about 15 to 30 feet tall and delivers a high volume of spectacular spring blooms in pink and white. Even the leaves of Dogwood Trees are stunning and can grow up to five inches long and 2 inches wide. The foliage turns a lovely shade of red in autumn. Dogwood Trees are available in both single and multi-trunk tree varieties, and their trunk shape is low, yielding to a striking web of spreading branches and unique-looking bark. Some of the species (Kousa Dogwood) produce edible fruit that a number of birds, squirrels and deer enjoy eating. Nursery experts recommend Dogwood Trees for planting zones 4-9. Zone 4 Dogwood Trees are really hardy and can survive brutal temperatures of -20 to -30 degrees Fahrenheit; some of the other species are not as tough. Overall, however, Dogwood Trees are very reliable and adaptable to multiple soil types. Dogwood Trees thrive in full sun to moderate shade; drought situations are not good for these plants. Consistent moisture keeps them healthy and colorfully attractive, and a little mulching helps keep the roots cool and conserve hydration. The branches of Dogwood Trees are strong and offer handsome balance, so pruning is not essential. Planting Dogwood Trees create quite the specimens for your landscaped property. These smaller trees look especially pretty near a deck, space in a garden or by a patio. Dogwood Trees are delightful to admire throughout the four seasons; maybe that is why people fall in love with these easy-care and fast-growing plants.

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