White Dogwood is a spring favorite
An excellent landscaping choice for all four seasons is the Cornus or White Dogwood Tree, which is a closely related species to the woody plants in the family known as Cornaceae. This particular tree has a wide variety of colors that normally bloom in white, pink, and red with its deep green leaves that turns scarlet in the fall.
This beautiful breathtaking view of the white blossoms flowers is an excellent choice to plant near large buildings, along the street, in the park, or next to the patios of your home. Admiring the showiness of the white flowers, whose appearance is rich in green foliage during the summer, bright red leaves in the fall, and provide red berries for the animals to eat.
Scientific Name: Cornus Florida, White Dogwood
USDA Climate Zone: 5 - 9
Tree Height: 20 - 35 Feet
Tree Width: 20 - 25 Feet
Soil Type: Moist, Acidic Soils
Sun: Full Sun to Partial Sun
White Dogwood has red berries that serve as food to birds, they are edible for humans but they taste awful
It has lush white flowers that bloom during the spring to the fall. It can be planted in a huge range of soils but prefers moist, acidic soils that have low salinity.