Pagoda dogwood is an outstanding small, native tree with very distinct, scaffolding branches, which given it an oriental look. The showy creamy-white fragrant flowers mature into purple berries loved by the birds. The deep green leaves turn purple in the Fall. The olive colored bark adds to the overall attractiveness of this native. Pagoda dogwood needs a sheltered location, ideally with afternoon shade, for best results.
|6 Feet||15 Gallon|
Full sun or partial shade. Sheltered cool, moist site with afternoon shade. Well drained, rich acidic soil is best. No standing water or urban pollution.
Usually grown with branches started 2′-3′ above ground. Needs little pruning. Sheltered location, with afternoon shade and rich acid soil and consistent moisture are key.