Flowering dogwoods are a favorite southeastern U.S. ornamental with four season interest. Showy leaves emerge before leaves in the spring. Large, fast-growing, and wide spreading with strongly horizontal branching. 6 inch, flat topped clusters of white flowers. Mottled orange-yellow fall color matures to dark red-purple.

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