Variegated dogwoods are deciduous trees with leaves in green, pink, or white colors. With a spread of 10-20 feet, they can reach heights of 15 meters. These plants prefer moist soil with acidic or alkaline pH levels. This plant blooms in late March through April with small clusters of creamy white flowers that hang on the tree after blooming is finished.
The dogwood tree also has white or cream-colored flowers, but its reddish-purple stems and red berries give the dogwood its more commonly known name of red osier dogwood. This versatile plant can adapt to just about any situation and does well in both full sun and partial shade locations, although it will perform best when grown in well-draining soil enriched with compost before planting.
Dogwood, Variegated - #1 pot
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