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Princess Dogwood Tree

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  • The Cherokee Princess Dogwood tree can grow to be between 15 and 30 feet in height and can have a spread of between 15 and 30 feet wide.
  • Cherokee Princess Dogwood is Low Maintenance and Easy to Care for but Requires Fertile, Well Drained Soil.

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Description

White Princess Dogwood Tree is a grafted flowering tree

This tree is the most common ornamental small tree among homeowners and gardeners and is excellent to add as an accent in yards or for shade. The tiny deciduous tree blooms in early spring with beautiful white flower clusters on top of white bracts. The Cherokee Princess Dogwood tree can grow to be between 15 and 30 feet in height and can spread between 15 and 30 feet wide. The full or partial sun is recommended when choosing a place to plant and grow this tree. The leaves of the Cherokee Princess Dogwood tree are dark green and oval. The leaves turn spectacular shades of red during the fall. The Cherokee Princess Dogwood tree produces red fruits that are bitter and not for human consumption but are enjoyed by birds. The fruits ripen during the late summer until the early fall. The bark of this tree is warty and gray but will also add to the appearance of your landscape. Overall the Cherokee Princess Dogwood tree is considered low maintenance and easy to care for; This is a picky tree when it comes to soil and requires fertile, well-drained soil. The soil should also be acidic and get a decent amount of rain. This tree is one of the hardest in its species and will do best with some shelterSunlight is essential to the growth of oak trees. It is best to plant oak trees in a location that will get plenty of sun throughout the day.

For example, being too close or within the shadow of a large building would not be an ideal location. Chestnut Oak is also known as Quercus Prinus. Hardy planting zones are 7-10. The growth rate is one or more feet per year. It can even do great in regions on the Eastern Coast. This tree will grow to be a high 60 or 70 feet tall and around 60 to 70 feet wide when grown. It will do well in areas that will supply full sunlight. This tree will grow approximately 2 feet a year to grow a little bit slower than other trees. This tree is also known as the Rock Oak.

 White Princess Dogwood, Cornus lForida is Low Maintenance and Easy to Care for but Requires Fertile, Well-Drained Soil

It is often referred to as “flowering” because of its disproportionately substantial white brilliant flowers. Post-flowering pruning on this horizontally-oriented tree helps to continue a fantastic display of snowy foliage even in periods of drought and soil stress. The leaves are pointed and turn a brick-red color in the dormant seasons. Some specimens reach a mature height of nearly 30 feet. Older trees have tiered and layered branches that produce illustrious white blossoms. Once established, this species is surprisingly low-maintenance and a favorite of growers endeavoring to bring brilliance to their property grounds. The Princess Dogwood Tree is commonly known as a flowering tree due to its wide white flowers. In drought and soil erosion, the tree helps to maintain a fantastic display of snowy foliage. The sharp leaves turn a brick-red color during the dry season. Easily recognized by its distinct white bracts, the Princess Dogwood tree is native to the regions of North America. This tree is not only stunning in the spring, but it is also graceful and appealing in the summer. The new tree grows with a brilliant autumn display of red and crimson in a fall that will transform your garden into blazing glory.

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 The most popular ornamental tree, the Princess Dogwood tree, is a low-maintenance tree favorite among gardeners and homeowners. 

 The Princess Dogwood Tree is the best white-flowering dogwood tree. Widely considered the best and attractive flowering tree, the Princess Dogwood Tree grows throughout many countries. The Botanical name of the Princess Dogwood tree is Cornus Florida. This tree's other common names are American dogwood, Florida dogwood, Cornelian tree, white cornel, false boxwood, Indian arrowwood, false box, and white dogwood. Also referred to as the Cherokee Princess Dogwood tree, it grows between 15 and 30 feet long and 15 to 30 feet wide. The small deciduous tree blooms with beautiful white flower clusters on top of white petals.

 The Princess Dogwood tree has dark green, oval leaves. During the autumn season, the leaves turn stunning shades of red. In the early spring, the Princess Dogwood Tree bears red fruits bitter for human consumption but which birds enjoy. The fruits also ripen from late summer to early autumn. The smooth grey bark of the tree adds attraction to the garden. The Princess Dogwood tree is an easy-to-care plant and hence, requires well-drained, fertile, acidic soil that receives adequate rainfall. It is recommended because of its lush foliage and early blooming. 

 The Princess Dogwood tree is one of the toughest genera and will thrive with some protection. The oak trees require sunlight for the best growth. The native dogwood tree multiplies. This tree blooms profusely in early spring, producing large, snow-white flowers before the leaves appear. The deciduous tree's red fruit entices birds towards it. Also known as rock oak, the hardiness zone of this tree is 7 to 10. The annual growth rate of the Princess Dogwood tree is one or more feet. It can even grow well in areas along the East Coast. When fully grown, this tree will reach a height of 60 or 70 feet and a width of 60 - 70 feet. The growth rate of this tree is about 2 feet per year. 

 

Cultural Specifications of the Princess Dogwood Tree:

 

Botanical Name: Cornus Florida

Common Name: Cherokee Princess Dogwood Tree

Hardiness Zones: 7-10

Growth Rate: 2 feet per year

Bloom Season: Spring

Soil Preference: Well-drained, rich, acidic soil

Ship as: Bareroot

Native to: North America

Water Required: Adequate Rainfall

Fall Leaf Color: Red and Purple

Attractive to: Birds and Butterflies

Sun Exposure: Full Sun, Partial Sun

Height and Width of the tree: 60 or 70 feet tall, 60-70 Wide

 

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Description:
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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Planting Zones 5-9
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2 Reviews

  • 4
    Beautiful berries in fall

    This tree is known for its beautiful spring flowers, but it is one of my favorites for fall. The leaves turn a deep red and it has nice oval clusters of red berries. It is a year round beauty!!!!

  • 5
    Vibrant

    My family loves this gorgeous tree. The white blooms really catch your eye. Lovely choice

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