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Cornus alternifolia

Pagoda Dogwood

An interesting, small, shrubby tree with horizontal branching, clusters of fragrant, creamy-white flowers, and dark bluish-black berries. The glossy green leaves turn red in autumn.

  • »  Tiny yellowish-white fragrant flowers in flat-topped clusters in late spring
  • »  Clusters of bluish-black berries in the summer
  • »  Glossy green leaves turn red in the fall
  • »  Upright clump of tiered, horizontal branches
  • »  Bloom Time: Spring

1gal
$23.25
2gal
$38.25
3gal
$47.25
7gal
$165.00
7gal Clump Low Inventory
$234.00
10gal Clump
$294.00
15gal Clump
$324.00
  • Category:Shrubs
  • Hardiness Zone:4
  • Height:4-5 m
  • Spread:7-8 m
  • Bloom Color: White
Exposure
Full Shade
Full Sun
Partial Sun/Shade
Attracts Wildlife
Attracts Birds
Attracts Butterflies
Growth Rate
Medium
Critter
Deer Resistant
Flowering Time
Lt. Spr-Sum
Foliage Color
Green (dark)
Landscape uses
Naturalizing
Specimen
Planting instructions
Container Plants
Additional Information about Cornus alternifolia

Native to Ontario and other parts of North America.

Growing & Maintenance Tips for Cornus alternifolia

Grows best in medium moisture and a well-drained soil, however, they will tolerate a wide range of soils. Thrives in some shade and in full sun if roots are shaded.