White Dogwood Seedlings

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  • White Dogwood Seedlings or Cornus Florida is an excellent tree for landscapes all year long.
  • White Dogwood Seedlings is a Brilliantly Blooming Deciduous.

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White Dogwood Seedlings, Cornus Florida is a Brilliantly Blooming Deciduous 

White Dogwood Seedlings or Cornus Florida is an excellent tree for landscapes all year long. It provides brilliant white star-shaped flowers and graceful foliage as well as berries in winter. It is deciduous and easy to grow in a yard by itself or as a border.

White Dogwood Tree, Cornus Florida is an Excellent Choice to use as a Border

Once it is fully mature, it will grow into a rounded shape. It has dark green leaves that are oval. They are also about four to eight inches in length. Starting in the spring, beautiful white blossoms appear. In the autumn, the colors shift as the leaves of the white dogwood turn to brilliant reds and purples. Finally, in the winter, the dogwood produces red fruits that are beautiful for their bright color and glossy texture. As an additional flourish of life to your garden, these fruits often attract beautiful songbirds!

This dogwood is used as food by deer and rabbits as well as other smaller animals. Typically this dogwood is commonly planted near utility lines, more significant buildings, or on patios. The white dogwood has a hardiness zone that ranges from five to nine and can grow one to two feet per year in full sunlight or partial shade. Also, this versatile and hardy tree can thrive in many different soil types, including loamy, moist, sandy, or clay soils. This stunning tree can be expected to reach a height of twenty-five feet at maturity, with its rounded crown reaching outward the same distance. With vibrant green and glossy leaves, beautiful white flowers from April through May, vibrant fall colors, and bright red fruits in the winter, the white dogwood is a perfect choice to complement and enrich any landscape year-round.

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White Dogwood Seedlings is a lovely tree that is popular in landscaping. It's a lovely accent to any place, and it's suitable for both small and large lawns. This tree offers a spectacular color display throughout the year. The tree has lovely white flowers with a pleasant scent that bloom in the spring. The stunning deep purple reddish colors on the leaves make this tree stand out throughout autumn. 

A more acidic soil appears to help the Dogwood reach its full potential. White Dogwood seems to thrive in areas where the soil conditions are ideal. There are numerous dogwood trees in England. Due to the less-than-ideal temperature, the trees do not continuously flower when these requirements are met. The dogwood tree comes in over thirty different varieties, with white and pink being the most popular. The dogwood tree's tale dates back to biblical times. The crucifixion of Christ is reported to have taken place on a cross made of wood from the dogwood tree. According to mythology, Christ's crucifixion hindered the development of the tree. The tree used to be much bigger and taller than it is now. It is employed as ornamental decoration in today's society and adds a lovely color display to any yard.

 Quinine was commonly used to relieve discomfort in malaria or leg cramps. The white Dogwood's bark is high in a mineral called tannin. Tannin can be used as a mineral quinine replacement. The tree's bark was also used to brush the pioneers' teeth. So, while these trees are primarily ornamental today, they were helpful to pioneers in the past. Dogwood trees are low-maintenance and may add a lot of beauty to the landscape. The trees are disease-resistant and hardy. They don't require any particular care and only require occasional pruning to look their best.

 Dogwood trees are one of the most prevalent trees in the United States, and they can be found in almost every state. Dogwood Trees often have blooms in the spring and summer, but you'll typically notice leaves on them even before the leaves turn a magnificent scarlet or purple in the fall. You'll find white blossoms that might sometimes resemble pale pink when the tree blooms in the spring. These flowers are frequently one of the first indicators of spring.

 Dogwood Trees don't require a lot of attention. Dogwood trees can develop more quickly once they've been planted, especially if they're in a region where there's a lot of rain. If they are not trimmed back, they can reach a height of about 25 feet in zones 5 to 9. Depending on the nourishment it receives, the trunk can grow up to 12 inches in diameter. Dogwood trees mature at a rate of about a foot per year and bloom in April or May.


Mature Height: 20' - 25'

Sun Exposure: Full, Part shade

Zone: 5 to 9

Bloom Time: April or May

Flower Color: White

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Latin Name- Cornus Florida Hardy Planting Zone- 5-9 Mature Height- 20-35ft Width-20-30 Sun or Shade- Full Sunshine to Partial Shade
Planting Zones 5-9
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  • 5

    Great seedlings.

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