Categories: Flowering/Ornamental Trees
While this tree is native to North America it is often used in Japanese style gardens because of it's beautiful horizontal branching. In nature you’ll find pagoda dogwood in the understory and it grows best in the company of other trees. It prefers moist, richly organic soils in light shade.
White spring blossoms attract butterflies and it is a host plant for Spring Azure butterflies. Water and songbirds, grouse, pheasants, wild turkeys, squirrels and a host of other wildlife relish the late summer berries. As if that wasn’t enough, it has great fall color.
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