Cornus racemosa (Gray dogwood)


Mature Height: 8-12 feet
Mature Spread: 8-12 feet
Growth Rate: Moderate
Growth Form: upright-spreading, suckering shrub
Light Requirements: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Site Requirements: Adaptable to a wide range of soil types.
Flower: Creamy white in flat-topped clusters
Bloom Period: May to June
Foliage: medium green
Fall Color: Purplish-red
Fruit Notes: White berry-like drupes appear in flat-top clusters which ripen in late summer.

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SKU: 1133-1 Category:


Description from Johnson’s Nursery:  Gray Dogwood is native to Wisconsin’s woodlands, savannas, and prairies. This versatile shrub plays an essential role in local ecosystems and is an excellent choice for high-quality and degraded habitats. This large-to-medium-sized shrub produces showy clusters of white flowers in spring and equally showy clusters of white fruit in late summer, both of which are a favorite of local wildlife. Cornus racemosa is a terrific choice for restoration projects and fighting invasive species.

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