White Dogwood Seedlings

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Bloom Season
Spring,
Bloom Color
White,
Height At Maturity
Over 20 Feet
Categories
Seedlings
Zone
5-9,
grow-zone
Planting Zones 5-9
Ships
November Through April
Exposure
Sun And Shade,
Usage
Flowering,
Category discount
$2.90
shiptime
Ships Nov-April

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White Dogwood Seedlings Description

White Dogwood Seedlings 

White Dogwood Seedlings is a beautiful tree that is highly desired for landscapes. It adds a beautiful addition to any space and can be used in both smaller and larger lawns. This tree has a remarkable color display in all seasons. During the springtime, the tree has beautiful white flowers that have a fragrant smell. The beautiful deep purple reddish colors on the leaves during the autumn season make this tree impressive.

It is during the fall season that the songbirds are attracted to the vibrant leaves color. Those interested in adding this tree to their yard need to consider a few things. They are known to be one of the easier trees to take care of, but the conditions and where it is planted can dramatically affect the tree's flowering. While the trees like to have a moist soil base, the soil must be well-drained. They do not do well in constantly wet soil or a marshy area.

White Dogwood Seedlings are Known for their Ease of Care in the Correct Conditions

An acidic soil seems to do better for making the dogwood grow to the total capacity. It seems to do better where the soil conditions are just right. There are many dogwoods in England, but due to the less-than-perfect climate, the trees often do not flower like they do when these specifications are met. There are more than thirty species of this tree, with white and pink being the most popular. The legend of the dogwood tree goes back to biblical times.

It is said that the crucifixion of Christ happened on a cross that was constructed of wood from this tree. The legend says Christ stunted the tree's growth due to His crucifixion. The tree was known to be stronger and taller than it is today. In today's society, it is used as an ornamental decoration and adds a beautiful color display to any yard.

Those suffering from malaria or leg cramps often used quinine to combat pain. The bark of the white dogwood is rich in a mineral called tannin. Tannin can be used as a substitute for mineral quinine. Pioneers also used the bark of the tree to brush their teeth.

So while these trees are primarily ornamental today, in times past, these trees were very resourceful to pioneers. Dogwood trees are easy to maintain and can provide lavish ornamentation to the landscape. The trees are hardy and resistant to disease. They do not need any special attention and just the occasional pruning to make them look impressive. 

These are among the most common trees that grow in almost every state. They often have blooms in the spring and summer, but you'll usually notice leaves on these trees even during the fall before the leaves turn to a brilliant red or purple.

When the tree showcases its colors in the spring, you'll see white flowers that can sometimes appear light pink. These flowers are often one of the first signs that spring is arriving. 

There isn't a lot of care involved with these trees. They are happy with sunlight and don't require a lot of water to grow and display their flowers. The trees can increase from the time they are planted, especially if they are in an area with heavy rainfall. They often grow in zones 5 to 9 and can reach about 25 feet tall if they are not pruned back.

The trunk's diameter can span up to 12 inches, depending on the nutrition it receives. Dogwood Trees tend to grow about a foot a year and begin blooming in April or May. Branches of the tree grow in a rounded fashion to give the tree a circular appearance once the flowers bloom.

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Reviews (7)

  • 4
    White Dogwood seedlings

    Posted by James Dicken on Jan 23, 2022

    A perfect batch for planting. I have this in my four corners and are growing well.

  • 5
    White Dogwood

    Posted by Charlotte Dike on Feb 01, 2022

    These tree saplings arrived in excellent condition and in plenty of time for my husbands memorial service. I'm very happy with my purchase.

  • 5
    Beautiful Absolutely Beautiful

    Posted by Cassandra Hopkins on Dec 09, 2020

    this is a great product. All mine are doing exceptionally well. Shipped fast packed well I'm in love with my trees I've ordered. They look great in my yard.

  • 5
    White Dogwood Seedlings

    Posted by Barron Easterly on Aug 26, 2019

    Looks great in my gardens! Very pleased with this plant.

  • 5
    White Dogwood Seedlings

    Posted by Bobbie Rosen on Aug 23, 2019

    These are gorgeous.

  • 5
    White Dogwood Seedlings

    Posted by Wanda Morrison on Aug 22, 2019

    these are amazing

  • 5
    Amazing

    Posted by Gerogia Grooms on Feb 20, 2016

    These are wonderful, bought 100, all 100 are still living after 2 years.

Shipping

Shipping Information

We dig fresh our plants and ship immediately. We ship US Mail, Priority shipping. You will receive a tracking number once your plants ship. All plants will be fine in their packages for up to 3 days after receiving.

How We Protect Your Plants For Transit

We sell only bare root plants. We dip the roots in tera-sorb silicone gel to retain ample moisture for transit and surround with plastic. This is superior protection for plants in transit for up to 12 days.

Upon Receipt Of Your Plants

Open your plants and inspect the same day received. We offer 3 days to report any problems with your order. Bare root plants need to be planted within 2-3 days of receiving unless weather-related problems prohibit planting. Store in a cool place and keep roots moist and covered with plastic until they can be planted. Water for the first week daily after planting.

Shipping Dates
Ships November through April

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