Cornus alternifolia, Pagoda dogwood   small flowering tree

CORNUS alternifolia - Pagoda dogwood a small native flowering tree (See My Wildlife Shrubs)

Pagoda Dogwood Tree

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Pagoda Dogwood Gives Spring Color, Fall Color, Winter Interest: Picture of the leaves when they first appear in spring, showing a tinge of copper.

Pagoda Dogwood Gives Spring Color, Fall Color, Winter Interest

10 Late Bloomers to Plant Now to Beautify Your Yard in May, June: Golden Shadows Pagoda Dogwood

1. Yew 2. Golden Shadows Pagoda Dogwood 3. May Apple, Podophyllum peltatum which is a native plant. 4. Solomon Seal, Polygonatum 5. 'Butterfly' Japanese Maple 6. Astilbe 7. Astilbe 8. Astilbe

A Bird-Friendly Shade Garden: Yew Golden Shadows Pagoda Dogwood May Apple, Podophyllum peltatum which is a native plant of Canada Solomon Seal, Polygonatum 'Butterfly' Japanese Maple Astilbe Astilbe Astilbe

Pagoda Dogwood Care: Learn About Growing Pagoda Dogwood Trees - The branches of pagoda dogwood are dense and layered, and the tree gets its common names from this branch structure. For more pagoda dogwood information, including tips for pagoda dogwood care, click on the following article.

Pagoda Dogwood Information – What Are Pagoda Dogwood Growing Conditions

Tiered layers of variegated foliage of Cornus alternifolia 'Argentea'. would look nice in relation to birches

Golden Shadows Pagoda Dogwood, 2016 tiny thing from Bluestone Perennials, in a pot until it grows

Golden Shadows dogwood (Cornus alternifolia 'Golden Shadows') feet tall x 10 feet wide]

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Pagoda Dogwood (Cornus alternifolia)

Pagoda Dogwood~ Large shrub with slender branches that are often horizontal with the ground. White flowers in flat-topped clusters from May to June. Bluish-Black fruit in clusters from August to September.

Pagoda dogwood (Cornus alternifolia)  has a horizontal branch pattern that is really attractive in all seasons, & helps break up tall vertical lines of a house or trees.  It really allows it show off its’ flat white flowers in the spring. The tree also gets purple fruit that the birds enjoy. They tolerate shade and are hardy to zone 3.  The species grows to 15- 25’ high.

C zones Lovely Pagoda Dogwood. This dogwood variety is a bit heartier than other flowering dogwood; and thrives in moist soil and partial shade. Ranging from in height with an equal spread in its canopy, Pagoda Dogwoods

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Find Pagoda Dogwood (Cornus alternifolia) in Inver Grove Heights, Minnesota (MN) at Gertens

Pagoda Dogwood

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Pagoda Dogwood