The White Dogwood is a Spring bloomer but will ad year-round interest to your garden or as a focal point. Profuse white blooms on ornamental branches appear around April or May. Beautiful bronze-red foliage in the Fall.
The White Dogwood is a great, year-round tree in a border, under-planted with taller trees, or alone as a focal point. In the Spring, its' delicate branches are covered in profuse, white blooms. Summer the green foliage is accented with fruits that turn red and attract a variety of wildlife, especially birds. Autumn, the foliage turns a bronze-red before dropping its' leaves. The White Dogwood is fairly low maintenance, but does prefer well-drained, acidic soil. Fantastic planted among other shrubs and plants that thrive in a similar environment like Azaleas and Hydrangea.
Prefers well-drained, acidic soil. Extra water in hotter climates and regular mulching.