Cornus x rutgersensis
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.Cornus x rutgersensis
These disease-resistant single-trunked hybrids between C. florida and C. kousa grow to about 20 ft. tall, 25–30 ft. wide. Bloom (white or pink) comes between midspring bloom of C. florida and late-spring or early-summer bloom of C. kousa. Blossoms appear along with the leaves. All have brilliant fall color.
These disease-resistant single-trunked hybrids between C. florida and C. kousa grow ...
Native to northern India. Tall, narrow tree with brilliant white bark. Grows about 2 ft. a year to 40 ...
Grows 20–25 ft. high and wide, with a roundish crown of 3-in.-wide, glossy green, three-lobed le...