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Cornus florida



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Cornus florida
Flowering dogwood

One of the best native flowering trees, with ornamental characteristics in all seasons. Its use is limited by lack of cold hardiness in northern areas.

Habit:A low branched broad-rounded tree with horizontal branches Size: Potentially 30-40' high, usually about 20' high in cooler parts of the country
Color:Dark green
Texture:Medium-fine
Hardiness:Zone 5a/b USDA
Habitat:Massachusetts - Florida - Texas - Michigan
Family:Cornaceae

 
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