Silky Dogwood Live Stakes

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Latin Name- Cornus Amomum Hardy Zone- 3-9 Mature Height- 6-10ft Width 6-10ft Sun Or Shade- Full Sun
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Silky Dogwood - Cornus Amomum

Silky Dogwood is a Shrubby Plant and is Native to North Eastern America but is also found in other parts of North America. Silky Dogwood would be fare well and be ideal planted near a downspout disconnected as it is very tolerant of seasonal flooding so most boggy and Wet Woodland areas would be best for a Silky Dogwood Shrub. The Flowers Bloom white clusters from mid-Spring to Summer and also grow Lavender/White berries. It is very intolerant to Drought and Restricted Water Conditions. Live stakes are always nice when it comes to buying new plants. This cannot be any truer when it comes to the silky dogwood. The silky dogwood produces a flower that is second to none. Their uniform white blooms are something that even the novice can recognize. They are gorgeous and give off a pleasurable and aesthetic look that is very pleasing to the eye.The silky dogwood is also known for producing purplish berries that have a huge resemblance to blueberries. Overall, the silky dogwood would be an excellent addition to any garden. They usually present themselves as a small tree or a thick bush. The flowers come in large clusters and for that reason is why they are beautiful for a small garden. With the white and creamy colors of the flowers, the silky dogwood would be an excellent landscaping addition. When it comes to beautification and restoration of any landscape, the silky aspect is an excellent addition. When it comes to looking for an excellent addition to any small garden or home landscaping project, the silky dogwood would be an excellent choice.