The Shrubs - Dogwoods, Other

The Shrubs - Dogwoods, Other



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Dogwood trees and dogwood shrubs from Empire National Nursery, fast growing home garden landscaping plants Cornelian Cherry Dogwood - One of the most popular dogwoods in Europe, the Cherry is increasingly popular as it makes edible cherry-size fruit. It grows up to 20 feet tall, and can be planted for a variety of uses. The flowers are white, but the Fall color is red, so these should be planted where they can be seen!

Zones: 5 to 9
Soils: Moist is Best
Moisture: Moderate to Plenty
Sun: Half Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Flowers, Specimen, Ornamental, Edible
$5.95

For Set of 3...

$15.95

Dogwood trees and dogwood shrubs from Empire National Nursery, fast growing home garden landscaping plants Kousa Dogwood - One of the most popular dogwoods, the Kousa grows up to 20 feet tall, and can be planted for a variety of uses. The flowers are white, but the Fall color is red, so these should be planted where they can be seen!

Zones: 5 to 9
Soils: Moist is Best
Moisture: Moderate to Plenty
Sun: Half Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Flowers, Specimen, Ornamental
$5.95


Florida Dogwood - Popular for its attractive white flowers, the Florida gets up to 20 feet tall. Plant this where it can be seen!

Uncertain for 2019...

Zones: 5 to 9
Soils: Moist is Best
Moisture: Moderate to Plenty
Sun: Half Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Flowers, Specimen, Ornamental
$5.95


Yellow Twig Dogwood - Very closely related to the Red Twig Dogwood, but with yellow stems, this shrub also grows up to 10 feet tall Good for screens and specimen planting.

Not available for this season...

Zones: 2 to 9
Soils: Moist is best
Moisture: Moderate to Plenty
Sun: Half Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Screens, Ornamental


Red Osier Dogwood - Also a very hardy shrub that grows up to 10 feet tall. Like the Redtwig, these have a red stem color during the winter, and versatile as hedges or screens. Small, but hefty plants for next season.

Not available this season...

Zones: 2 to 9
Soils: Moist is Best
Moisture: Moderate to Plenty
Sun: Half Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Screens, Ornamental


Common Purple Lilac - Hardiest of the Lilacs, this one gets up to 15 feet tall. Plant these where the masses of purple flowers can be seen and smelled.

Uncertain crop for 2019...

Zones: 3 to 9
Soils: Most
Moisture: Moderate
Sun: Half Shade to Full Sun
Uses: Screens, Specimen, Flowers



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