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Pagoda Dogwood Brush Layers is Hardy in Planting Zones 3-7
When planting live stakes, it is best to plant them during the regular dormant period for the Dogwood. They thrive best in hardiness zones 3 through 7. Live stakes are usually a little over a foot long. If at all possible, they should plant within 24 hours of being cut from the parent tree. Live stakes should only be 5 percent of the parent tree.
Pagoda Dogwood Brush Layers Perform Best in Colder Summer Climates and Benefit from a Layer of Mulch
The best way to place a stake in the soil is with a rubber mallet; This will help the stake become damaged. They need to be kept moist throughout the whole growing season to survive. Otherwise, there is very little maintenance necessary except to ensure that invasive vegetation is not taking over the stake.
Once the stake begins to sprout, they will overgrow. When fully grown, the trees will reach to be approximately 20 feet in height.
Pagoda Dogwood is also known as Cornus Alternifolia. Hardy in planting zones 3-7. The growth rate at maturity can reach 15-25 feet tall and 20-32 feet wide. Pagoda Dogwood will have a yellowish-white bloom from May to June; This flowering tree is low maintenance and has excellent fall color; The bloom will have a showy and fragrant flower in the spring.
It is deer tolerant and will attract birds and butterflies. Plant it in full sun to part shade and in medium, acidic, fertile, well-drained soil. Some afternoon shade is required in hotter climates; This tree will perform its best in colder summer climates and benefit from mulch layers; Flowers are replaced by blackish-blue fruits and mature in late summer. This plant works well for patios or lawns, even bird gardens, since it will feed the birds with its fruit.