Silky Dogwood Live Stakes

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Latin Name- Cornus Amomum Hardy Zone- 3-9 Mature Height- 6-10ft Width 6-10ft Sun Or Shade- Full Sun
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Silky Dogwood Live Stakes - Cornus Amomum

Silky Dogwood Live Stakes are large bushes or small trees that are notorious for their creamy white flowers. Similarly, they have been found to grow in open fields that are drier and less nutrient-rich than the trees prefer. The seeds that are produced by the Silky Dogwood Live Stakes attract numerous animals. The trees are capable of growing large colonies and are often used to stop erosion. When growing near water, the root systems help keep the soil intact. The limbs that touch the ground are also responsible for regenerating new plants, therefore creating the colonies that are known to develop and combat erosion with extensive root systems. This kind of Dogwood is favorite in landscaping for its blooms and appearance. The trunk itself has a greyish-brown bark with multiple trees growing from the most central trunk. The leaves have a green color in the warmer months, then change to a dark red as the weather cools. In the spring, the trees bloom with small, white to creamy flowers. These flowers grow in large, attractive clusters and are pollinated by some bees and other insects. Birds enjoy the tiny, black seeds that follow the flowers. Not only are these trees beautiful for their blooms and for their ability to prevent erosion along banks, but they're also useful for creating screens along property lines. Silky Dogwood Live Stakes is undoubtedly a beautiful touch to any garden landscape.