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If your dogwood tree's location is too sunny, plant fast-growing deciduous or evergreen.

Jan 10, The dogwood tree blooms for a few weeks in the spring, with four-petaled white flowers. Its leaves turn a spectacular red in the fall before dropping. The tree has bright crimson berries that birds just love. The dogwood can be trained to grow with a single trunk or as a picturesque multi-trunked treetrim.pwg: Bradenton FL.

Nov 12, The Flowering Dogwood Flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) grows well throughout the northern and central regions of Florida located within U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 8 and 9. The native tree has a rounded shape and is deciduous, with foliage changing to bright red in Joyce Starr.

Flowering Dogwood - University of Florida, Institute of. Apr 25, First to bloom: Native Dogwoods (Cornus florida), native to the Northeast stand out against the still brown forests in early to mid-April.

Native Dogwoods are multi-stemmed with low branching, which gives them their elegant form.

Also small in size and growing no taller than 15 feet in height and to a spread of 10 feet is the roughleaf dogwood Cornus asperifolia.

Cornus florida bears red fruit in the fall Estimated Reading Time: 2 mins. Sep 21, The silky dogwood (Cornus amomum) produces snowball-like clusters of tiny white flowers that attract butterflies in late spring. The flowers develop into pale blue berries.

Growing along streams and lakes, this large shrub to small tree reaches a height of 10 feet and a spread of 6 to 9 feet.

It is native to the northern part of Florida, and Author: Jacob J. Wright.

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