Cornus kousa chinensis
Deciduous, Shrubs, Trees, Decorative fruit or berries, Flowers
All dogwoods offer attractive foliage and blossoms; some have spectacular fruit or winter bark. Leaves of many types turn brilliant colors in fall. What appear to be flower petals in many dogwoods are actually bracts—petal-like modified leaves. These surround the inconspicuous true flowers.
Larger leaves and bracts than species.
A native from central California to southern Alaska often confused with Tiarella. Grows to 2 ...
Native to Europe, western Asia. Slow growing to 70 ft., but seldom over 30 ft. tall and wide in cultiv...
There are two useful cabbage relatives in this genus; both are ornamental, one is edible. They produce...