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CORNUS florida rubra
Common Name: Dogwood, Pink Flowering

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Plant Type: Trees
Zone: 5 Foliage: Green
Height: 20-30' Fall Foliage: Red/Purple
Width / Spread: 20-30' Flower: Pink
Habit: Broad Flower Season: Mid Spring
Sun Requirements: Partial Fruit: Red
Uses: Naturalizing
Woodland Planting
Tolerance: Attracts Wildlife
Improved Native

Branches spread horizontally to form tiers. Flowers and showy pink to red bracts borne at twig tips prior to leafing out. Performs best in partial shade with cool, moist roots. Tends to wilt in the hot summer sun if not properly placed. Beautiful silhouette in winter. Great native understory specimen tree. Flower buds are less cold-hardy than the white flowering forms. IMPROVED NATIVE.

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