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Pagoda Dogwood

Pagoda Dogwood

Pagoda dogwood (Cornus alternifolia) --- a native shrubby tree with wonderful horizontal branches, fine fall color, and berries that attract birds.

Pagoda dogwood (Cornus alternifolia) --- a native shrubby tree with wonderful horizontal branches, fine fall color, and berries that attract birds.

pagoda dogwood tree | Pagoda Dogwood Form- recommended by landscaper normally grows 10--20't high and 12x20' wide**planted a bareroot tree East of house in spring 2013 and a potted one in fall 2013**

pagoda dogwood tree | Pagoda Dogwood Form- recommended by landscaper normally grows 10--20't high and 12x20' wide**planted a bareroot tree East of house in spring 2013 and a potted one in fall 2013**

Golden Shadows Pagoda Dogwood: Picture of the leaves when they first appear in spring, showing a tinge of copper.

Golden Shadows Pagoda Dogwood: Picture of the leaves when they first appear in spring, showing a tinge of copper.

Striking in every season, Pagoda Dogwood is an extremely adaptable North American native tree. Pagoda Dogwood has an extremely distinct, horizontally tiered branching pattern which is reminiscent of an Asian garden. Whether it is white flowers, blue fruit, or red fall colors, this tree provides beauty in every season making it a great choice for any yard.

Striking in every season, Pagoda Dogwood is an extremely adaptable North American native tree. Pagoda Dogwood has an extremely distinct, horizontally tiered branching pattern which is reminiscent of an Asian garden. Whether it is white flowers, blue fruit, or red fall colors, this tree provides beauty in every season making it a great choice for any yard.

1. Yew 2. Golden Shadows Pagoda Dogwood 3. May Apple, Podophyllum peltatum which is a native plant. 4. Solomon Seal, Polygonatum 5. 'Butterfly' Japanese Maple 6. Astilbe 7. Astilbe 8. Astilbe

1. Yew 2. Golden Shadows Pagoda Dogwood 3. May Apple, Podophyllum peltatum which is a native plant. 4. Solomon Seal, Polygonatum 5. 'Butterfly' Japanese Maple 6. Astilbe 7. Astilbe 8. Astilbe