Cornus alternifolia, Pagoda dogwood   small flowering tree

CORNUS alternifolia - Pagoda dogwood a small native flowering tree (See My Wildlife Shrubs)

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

A Bird-Friendly Shade Garden: Yew Golden Shadows Pagoda Dogwood May Apple, Podophyllum peltatum which is a native plant of Canada Solomon Seal, Polygonatum 'Butterfly' Japanese Maple Astilbe Astilbe Astilbe

Pagoda Dogwood, Green Osier   Cornus alternifolia

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10 Late Bloomers to Plant Now to Beautify Your Yard in May, June: Golden Shadows Pagoda Dogwood

11 Late Bloomers to Plant Now to Beautify Your Yard in May, June

Pagoda Dogwood Gives Spring Color, Fall Color, Winter Interest: Picture of the leaves when they first appear in spring, showing a tinge of copper.

Pagoda Dogwood Tree

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It’s a knockout – Mary Hull’s dogwood.  Its lime colored –  set against the green backdrop of Hull’s front yard. “It came as a spindly stick,” she said, and now its ten years old. “It’s a rar…

Greenwich trees of wonder – Mary Hull’s Pagoda dogwood

Pagoda Dogwood  A favorite of wildlife gardeners, pagoda dogwood is a North American native plant that produces clusters of blue-purple berries in summer that attract birds. The early-summer flowers attract bees and other pollinators, too. Like other dogwoods, it develops wonderful fall color and tolerates shade.  Name: Cornus alternifolia  Size: To 20 feet tall and wide

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Pagoda Dogwood (Cornus alternifolia) zone produces clusters of blue-purple berries in summer that attract birds. The early-summer flowers attract bees. it develops wonderful fall color and tolerates shade.

Pagoda Dogwood Care: Learn About Growing Pagoda Dogwood Trees - The branches of pagoda dogwood are dense and layered, and the tree gets its common names from this branch structure. For more pagoda dogwood information, including tips for pagoda dogwood care, click on the following article.

Pagoda Dogwood Information – What Are Pagoda Dogwood Growing Conditions

Tiered layers of variegated foliage of Cornus alternifolia 'Argentea'. would look nice in relation to birches

Pagoda Dogwood, A Truly Elegant Garden Tree on http://www.hortmag.com

Pagoda Dogwood, A Truly Elegant Garden Tree

C zones Lovely Pagoda Dogwood. This dogwood variety is a bit heartier than other flowering dogwood; and thrives in moist soil and partial shade. Ranging from in height with an equal spread in its canopy, Pagoda Dogwoods

Pagoda Dogwood Trees - Grow Golden Shadows

Pagoda Dogwood Gives Spring Color, Fall Color, Winter Interest

Pagoda dogwood is an understory tree in the wild. Grow its child, Golden Shadows in your shade garden and marvel at its strikingly variegated leaves.

Pagoda Dogwood ~~ Downy Woodpeckers, Brown Thrashers, Eastern Bluebirds, and many other backyard birds are attracted to the dark fruits of North American native pagoda dogwood (Cornus alternifolia), a small tree suitable for the edges of woodland areas or partly shaded landscapes. Pagoda dogwood has a handsome horizontal branching habit. Creamy white flower clusters are displayed above the leaves. Zones 4-8

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Pagoda Dogwood-a small tree suitable for the edges of woodland areas or partly shaded landscapes. Pagoda dogwood has a handsome horizontal branching habit. Creamy white flower clusters are displayed above the leaves.

Golden Shadows Pagoda Dogwood, 2016 tiny thing from Bluestone Perennials, in a pot until it grows

Golden Shadows dogwood (Cornus alternifolia 'Golden Shadows') feet tall x 10 feet wide]

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