Kousa Dogwood Tree - Live Plants Shipped 4 Feet Tall

Price: $27.95

  • All pictures are of fully grown plants. Sizes shipped are in the title and description. Deciduous plants do not have leaves in the winter!
  • All orders to CA,WA,OR,UT,ID,NV,AZ,MT will be shipped bare root according to their state regulations.
  • Zone: 5-8 / Mature Height: 15 - 25 ft. / Spread: 25 ft. / Growth Rate: slow / Full Sun - Part Sun / Bloom: white in May-June

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

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

Price: $83.99

  • Natural trunks
  • 285 Flowers
  • Non-Decorative Nursery Pot

1 White Flowering Dogwood (cornus-florida)

Price: $10.95

  • We do not ship to CA,AZ,WA and OR.
  • Easily grown in average, medium moisture, well drained soils in full sun to part shade. Hardy in zones 5-9
  • t blooms in early spring shortly after, but usually over lapping, the bloom period of the redbud trees. It is native from Maine to Texas. It is the state tree of both Missouri and Virginia.

White Flowering Dogwood 3-4' Tall - Established Roots - Gallon Potted – 1 Tree

Price: $29.99

  • Hardiness Zones 5-9
  • You are purchasing a White Flowering Dogwood

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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  2. The Fayetteville Observer Roger Mercer: The mystery of the dying dogwood
    Dear Roger: A white dogwood tree was planted in my yard in mid-May. It came from a reputable nursery and was planted by a recent graduate of the Fayetteville Technical Community College horticulture program. I watered according to directions and have 
  3. Cub Scouts to plant new tree and bury time capsule near courthouse
    Thirty-three years ago, in 1981, a dogwood tree was planted on the east side of the courthouse lawn by the Azalea Garden Club in honor of the members of Boy Scout Troop #503. A plaque marks the spot where the tree once stood, but the tree died over the 
  4. Minneapolis Star Tribune Flickers are a different sort in the world of woodpeckers
    Fruits from Virginia creeper vines, dogwood shrubs and wild plum trees are some favorites. Seeds of clover, grasses and ragweeds are also in the mix. Usually living in open country, flickers favor farms, orchards, scattered woodlots and partly wooded
  5. MyCentralJersey.com Gardener State: Greening our towns with trees
    Standing sentry to watch over the Garden State, the trees of New Jersey benefit the environment and the creatures that inhabit it. From the state tree, the Northern red oak, to the memorial tree, the flowering dogwood, this exhibit celebrates their


  1. How to Prune a Dogwood. Dogwood trees do not usually need much pruning. Even without manually shaping the tree, a dogwood will usually maintain a nice shape. Manual shaping can be done if desired, though. Do your primary pruning—the r...
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Flowring dogwood tree in bloom.
Photo by Mangrove Mike on Flickr

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