The Pink Dogwood is one of our nations most popular landscape trees. Just one look at this stunning specimen of beauty in full bloom, and you'll know why! It displays magnificent pink flowers with white accents and vibrant red fall foliage. It’s a low branching 4-season tree and can be an excellent contrast tree for larger evergreen backgrounds. It also produces glossy, red fruit eaten by birds when ripened in the Fall.
The fruit is a favorite of songbirds, small birds and mammals including robins, cardinals, and waxwings. Fruits persist through Winter!
A variety of the flowering Dogwood, this tree was first noticed and recorded by plant hunter Marc Catesby in 1731.