2-0 (Height: 16" average, 10" minimum)
Dogwood, Gray (Cornus Racemosa) Zones 3-8
Growth Rate: fast (24" or more per year) Height: 10-15' / Spread: 10-15'
pH levels: 4.8-7.4 Soil: prefers moist to well-drained; dry, compacted sites
Sun: grows best with full sun Tolerates: partial shade, adaptable tough sites with poor fertility, occasional drought
Fall color: yellow
Flowering: cream flowers in spring Fruits: white berries mid-late summer
Uses: Forms a large plant colony from the original. Fruit eaten by pheasants and grouse. Provides good winter cover and habitat for migrant songbirds - especially warblers. Found along streams and embankments. All dogwoods are host plants for Azure butterflies and food plants for many butterfly species.
Note: Planting before May could provide a better yield.
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These are bare root seedlings. The roots of some seedlings may be trimmed for ease of planting and packaging purposes.
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