Pink Dogwood Tree
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- Latin Name- Cornus Florida, Hardy Planting Zone- 5-9 Mature Height- 20-35 ft Width- 20-25 ft Sun or Shade- Prefers Full Sun to Partial Sun
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Pink Dogwood Tree
Cherokee Princess Dogwood Tree is an excellent choice to add to your landscape. It likes soils that are moist and acidic. It will produce large white flowers during the spring and early summer months of the year. It can even handle some drought and colder weather. Is Native in some parts? These trees are unusual when they are in bloom. The blooms of this tree appear in white during the spring, and they also produce wonderful red berries that the squirrels and birds love to feast on. They can grow great in flower beds and natural areas and work great as ornamental trees. These trees are high and look great as they are in bloom and provides a beautiful delicate color and area on a lawn. They look great when several are planted to line a long driveway or walkway. These can be seen growing a lot along public sidewalks and also along streets and roads. These trees are a great way to bring an exclusive look and also adds lots of curb appeal to a lawn as they are growing and in bloom. They are very popular among homeowners and also landscapers. They work great with creating a beautiful massive landscaping project. A lovely addition to your spring landscape, the pink dogwood tree can brighten any outdoor space. Whether you have acres of land or want to dress up your patio, it will bloom earlier than most other plants, but its foliage makes it a magnificent beauty throughout the rest of the year. Easy to grow, the pink dogwood is hardy and will flourish in full sun and partial shade. It will also tolerate most types of soil. While these trees can grow up to 25 feet, they begin showing off their pastel blooms when they are only about 3 feet tall.