These are growing in 3 inch containers for $6.50 each. We have 147 of these available in this container size for the season.
White flowers in clusters, mid June, after White Dogwood is finished blooming. Red raspberry-shaped fruit, late summer, attracts birds. Foliage is dense and lustrous, turning scarlet in fall. A very handsome and showy tree. This variety has proven to be resistant to the blight, which has infected many dogwoods in the northeast. Zone: 5-8, Height: 20-30 Feet