Nearly Natural 5019 Dogwood Silk Decorative Tree, 5-Feet, White

Nearly Natural 5019 Dogwood Silk Decorative Tree, 5-Feet, White

Price: $83.99


Features:
  • 1121 Leaves
  • Natural trunks
  • 285 Flowers


(3 Gallon) KOUSA DOGWOOD Tree - beautiful white blooms in Spring, in Fall green leaves turn a vibrant red/burgundy and edible berries appear.

(3 Gallon) KOUSA DOGWOOD Tree - beautiful white blooms in Spring, in Fall green leaves turn a vibrant red/burgundy and edible berries appear.

Price: $29.99


Features:
  • Height 20-30 ft Width 20-30 ft
  • Great disease resistance. Ideal plant for creating a focal point.
  • Hardy zones 5-8, Full sun to part shade.


1 White Flowering Dogwood (cornus-florida)

Price: $19.95


Features:
  • The sand is important for drainage and winterization of the plant and with out them they can rot and not come back the next year.
  • Asparagus plants need three things: 1. Any soil but at least 30% sand needs to be added and mixed well. The sand is the most important part and without it they will die: the soil needs to be well draining and 30 percent sand needs to be mixed thoroughly and plant on a mound six inches apart. I will send a picture 2. The plant can soak in water for an hour and then plant. 3.Plant the asparagus plants 10" to 12" down the further north the deeper and 12" apart and just bury them
  • We are a veteran owned business that wants to make sure you are 100% satisified. You can always call my cell number 919-696-0328 if you have any questions or concerns before or after you purchase. You will receive planting instructions on your shipping label and by email. If not call.


White Flowering Dogwood Tree - Healthy Established Plant - Flowering - 1 Gallon Potted - 1 Plant by Growers Solution

Price: $17.95


Features:
  • White flowering dogwood grows in a more rounded shape at a medium growth rate.
  • Eliptic-ovate, dark green leaves that are 4-8" long; great fall color turning shades of red-purple
  • Enjoy lovely small, white bloom and glossy red fruits.

Learning About Dogwood Trees

What many people think of as the dogwood flower is actually a leaf-life structure. Wayne Mezitt, of Weston Nurseries, shows us the flower up close and offers other insights into dogwood trees...

GREEN THUMBS UP: Designing outdoor rooms in the landscape - Wicked Local Scituate

A new coating of winter white clings to the buds and branches of the dogwood tree outside my bedroom window on this chilly February morning. It’s Groundhog Day and Punxsutawney Phil has already predicted six more weeks of winter. Given that soothsayer Phil has only been accurate 39 percent of the time, that his prediction is decided in advance by his handlers, and that no self-respecting...

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  1. Terminology. The name "dog-tree" entered the English vocabulary before 1548, becoming "dogwood" by 1614. Once the name dogwood was affixed to this kind of tree, it soon acquired a secondary name as the Hound's Tree, while the fruits came to be known as dogberries or houndberries (the latter a name also for the berries of black nightshade, alluding to Hecate's hounds).
  2. Dogwood Trees. Gardens need color to bring them alive. Large trees and evergreens are needed too, of course, but your garden should have flowering trees and shrubs to show the changes of the seasons and to brighten our days with their beauty. As well as flowers, some plants have colored leaves and other show their colors in their stems.
  3. I had once read of the symbolism between the dogwood tree and Good Friday and wanted to try and somewhat represent that story with a photo. Perhaps it will change how you look at a dogwood tree as it did for me.
  4. The Dogwood Tree is a majestic ornamental, well adapted to life in the United States. As long as you offer the tree plenty of water and sunshine, like most plants, the Dogwood will do just fine.
  5. Dogwood trees have a naturally attractive shape and don’t require routine pruning, but there are some circumstances where pruning and trimming dogwood trees becomes necessary.
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Flowring dogwood tree in bloom.
Photo by Mangrove Mike on Flickr

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Photo by PGH™ on Flickr

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Dogwood Tree, Loudon County Courthouse, Loudon, Tennessee
Photo by Frank Kehren on Flickr