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Roughleaf Dogwood - Cornus drummondii
It can grow up to roughly 15 to 25 feet in height. When it’s matured the width stretches to roughly 10 to 15 feet. Rough leaf Dogwood grows in just about any environment as it is very Adaptable to its environment, it is uncommon in the wild but can usually be found in swamps and Marshlands. These small trees are great to add to flower gardens and natural areas, and they make great ornamental trees also to place around on a lawn. They grow best when planted in full sunlight and also partially shaded locations. They thrive in moist soils that are well drained but can also tolerate drier soil conditions. They are great to bring bright and vibrant color as they are in bloom. They usually bloom during the spring months of the year and also provide berries that are loved by squirrels and birds. These add gorgeous color and curb appeal to all lawns, and they also work great in creating beautiful landscapes around a home or business. They are great to line a long driveway or sidewalk and provide a very peaceful and delicate feel as they grow and bloom. They are very east to grow and are loved by homeowners. They do not take any special maintenance, and these trees are very strong and hardy as they can withstand a wide variety of weather conditions. During the fall the leaves will change colors which also provides gorgeous color. They are wonderful to bring a lot of curb appeal to a home.
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