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More photos and information here

  • Small tree.  Mature height: 10'
  • Light: Part-shade understory tree or shrub, vase shaped
  • Soil: Medium to dry; more drought tolerant than other dogwoods
  • Blooms: Bright white late spring flowers
  • Foliage: Brilliant reds, pinks and purples
  • Good as a screen or hedge; dry shady sites
  • Deer resistance: No
  • More information and native range here and here

Photo: Rob Routledge

Dogwood, Roundleaf (shrub)

3 Gallons
  • Pollinator value: Medium; attracts native bees and butterflies; Spring Azure and Gossamer Wing butterfly larval host

    Year-round interest with white spring flowers, summer foliage, blueish-white fall berries and winter branches with reddish markings.  Large, round leaves give a tropical feeling. Shrub takes on a nice rounded shape.  Forms small thickets.

    Good informal hedge; plant at least 6 feet apart.  Forms thickets.



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