Nothing says Pacific Northwest like Dogwoods! These stunning beauties are well known by landscapers & homeowners alike for their amazing flowers and all season attraction. You’ll find varieties ranging from 15’ to 35’ high in maturity. During the fall you’ll see foliage that brings hues of purple and red colored leaves while winter shows off the handsome bark and structure of these specimens. Great to use as a street tree or as a garden specimen.
Care: best in 4-8 hours of sun
Moisture: allow soil to dry out at least one day between waterings but not to the point of wilting of leaves.
Maintenance: Dogwood trees are self heading, which means they don’t require as much hands-on pruning.
Dogwoods come in a variety of color, size, and shape making them an easy to incorporate and versatile addition to your garden. We have plenty in bloom at our garden centers, just in time for Spring!Care
Flowering Trees such as cherries, plums & magnolias truly signal the beginning of spring. We delight in the delicate blossoms as they emerge from bare branches; I often treat myself by bringing cut stems indoors to force early blooms inside.Read More
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