Mature height: 10-15' high and wide, shrub

Light: Sun or shade

Soil: Wet; adaptable to drier sites

Blooms: Showy, white May and June; white summer berries

Purplish fall foliage

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Dogwood, Gray

3 Gallons
  • Pollinator value: Very High: native bees, Spring Azure butterfly larval host

    Birds including bluebird and woodpeckers eat the berries.  Nesting site for birds and small mammals.

    Flowers form showy clusters and white berries sit on red stems.