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Amazing white blooms
Good for shade
One o the showiest lowering trees native to North America, the White Dogwood is sheer perection. This is a tree with everything going or it, and with many seasonal surprises in store or its owner. In May, even beore the leaves appear, beautiul white blossoms unurl rom their eye-catching winter sheaths to trumpet the arrival o spring. These lowers dazzle and delight or several weeks, drawing inevitable ooh’s and aah’s. I you think the splendor is over ater spring, just wait until autumn when the White Dogwood’s leaves put on another iery show. Luscious green hues are echanged or spectacular shades o burgundy, purple and deep crimson. When the leaves begin to drop, the White Dogwood isn’t through with it’s grand pageantry. Net, clusters o ruby-red berries pop against the smooth silver bark, oering songbirds and squirrels a avored ood source during the cold winter months. White Dogwoods are small trees, normally growing no taller than 20-30 eet. This makes it perect to place in smaller gardens or in a tight spot near a patio or deck area. You can plant this Dogwood singly as a standout specimen up-lit by landscape lighting, or in groupings to really show o the impact o vibrant colors and what this tree has to oer through all seasons. Plant White Dogwoods with evergreens, such as our Thuja Green Giants, as a backdrop. You’ll see a spectacular contrast. With slightly arched branches that grow in tiers, a ull-rounded crown and a relatively short trunk, this tree’s shape resembles an umbrella. White Dogwoods like sun to partial shade, and perorm best in well-drained acidic soil with a good dose o ertilizing each season. With this eye-catching beauty in your yard, you’ll be the envy o the neighborhood.
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