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Red Dogwood produce bright re flower bracts in early spring
Although dogwood trees are also native to Europe and Asia, the red dogwood (Cornus florida) is native to North America. It is widely planted in all areas of the country, especially in yards both urban and rural.
Growing 20 to 30 feet high and spreading an equal distance, red dogwoods are a favorite ornamental tree. They produce bright red flower bracts in early spring, quickly followed by the new leaves. The flowers last a long time, producing a gorgeous spring-flowering show.
In autumn, the leaves of the red dogwood turn vibrant ruby red, burgundy, and bronze. When the leaves fall, bright, glossy scarlet red fruits appear, staying on the tree well into the winter months.
Red Dogwood Tree attract various types of birds
The Red Dogwood tree is a beautiful flowering tree native to North America. You can find it growing all across America today. You know spring has finally arrived when this beautiful tree blooms. It has gorgeous red blooms in the spring and reddish-purple leaves in the fall. It grows best in zones 5-9 and grows well in different types of soils but prefers slightly acidic, well-drained soil. It grows at a medium rate of up to 25 feet tall with a 25-foot spread. The glossy red fruit will attract many different birds making it a perfect addition to the yard of any bird watcher. Its red coloring makes it a great contrast to existing evergreen trees in the fall. During the spring, the deciduous leaves are green in coloring and range from 2 to 8 inches long. The Red Dogwoods' manageable size makes it perfect for planting by a patio, terrace, or in a tight spot by more giant trees. Relatively low maintenance, this tree is perfect for any yard.
Mature height: 25'
Growth: Medium rate of growth.
Sun: Full Sun
Soil: Grows best in moist, well-drained soil.
Botanical name: Cornus florida 'Rubra'
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