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Stiff Dogwood - Cornus foemina stricta
Stiff Dogwood is a Flowering plant, and it is native to parts of the eastern and southeastern United States. It can grow up to roughly 10 to 20 feet in height. When it’s matured the width stretches to roughly 10 to 15 feet. Stiff Dogwood grows in Swampy conditions and Wetlands and can tolerate moderate amounts of Salinity much like most Dogwood Shrubs. This plant attracts much Wildlife, from Bees to Birds and Blooms in the Late Spring to Early Summer a cluster of White Flowers and Blue or Purple Drupes. These smaller trees look great when planted in flower gardens and also in natural areas. They work great as ornamental trees and are small and dainty in appearance. They bring lots of vivid color to all areas where they are planted. These trees are superbly easy to grow and maintain and are wonderful to use to produce gorgeous curb appeal around a home or other landscape. They can withstand weather conditions very well and are very strong and durable. These trees are popular among homeowners and also landscapers that have large projects to complete. They look beautiful when used to create a natural border around a lawn or used to line a sidewalk or driveway. This is a great choice, and all homeowners are happy with these gorgeous smaller trees. They are amazing and grow well when planted in climate zones four through nine. They can also be seen growing wild in wooded areas where the soil and lighting are just right for them.
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