Silky Dogwood

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Description:
Latin Name-Cornus amomum Zones 4-8 Mature Height- 6-10 feet tall Mature Width- 6-10 feet wide Growth/year- 2 feet Sunlight- full sun
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$11.99

Silky Dogwood - Cornus amomum

The Silky Dogwood (Cornus amomum) has a distinctive, round shape. This deciduous shrub can grow to 5-8 feet (medium) size and 8 ft (large) size. Silky Dogwoods grow in a hardy zone (4-8) and has a mature spread and mature height of 10 feet and 10 feet in width. Full sunlight to partial shade is suitable for Silky Dogwoods. Expect many birds and squirrels to enjoy its mid-summer berries. These shrubs have leaves that are elliptical to ovate. The autumn colors of the leaves can range from green to pale yellow, reddish-yellow, orangish-red and purplish-red. The flowers are white and flat-topped. The hearty shrub is apt to grow in sites that moist and wet and can handle different soil compositions and pH levels. The Silky Dogwood -- as a shrub group -- are indigenous to the state of Ohio. And they are assertive in their growth. The Silky Dogwood is well-known for its ability to adapt to poor soils, dry soils, and set soils during the winter and the spring. Although the shrub can adapt to a broad range of soils, Silky Dogwood is prone to infections and infestations of diseases as a shrub and Dogwood tree. However, the species of Cornus is notably, disease free. The Silky Dogwood (Cornus amomum) has a distinctive, round shape. This deciduous shrub can grow to 5-8 feet (medium) size and 8 ft (large) size. Silky Dogwoods grow in a hardy zone (4-8) and has a mature spread and mature height of 10 feet and 10 feet in width. Full sunlight to partial shade is suitable for Silky Dogwoods. Expect many birds and squirrels to enjoy its mid-summer berries. These shrubs have leaves that are elliptical to ovate. The autumn colors of the leaves can range from green to pale yellow, reddish-yellow, orangish-red and purplish-red. The flowers are white and flat-topped. The hearty shrub is apt to grow in sites that moist and wet and can handle different soil compositions and pH levels. The Silky Dogwood -- as a shrub group -- are indigenous to the state of Ohio. And they are assertive in their growth. The Silky Dogwood is well-known for its ability to adapt to poor soils, dry soils, and set soils during the winter and the spring. Although the shrub can adapt to a broad range of soils, Silky Dogwood is prone to infections and infestations of diseases as a shrub and Dogwood tree. However, the species of Cornus is notably, disease free. The Silky Dogwood is genuinely a four-season shrub that creates thickets by growing roots where stems are in contact with the ground. The growth rate of this plant is considered to be moderate to reasonably fast growing, and it is deciduous, meaning it loses its leaves in the winter. Though this plant is versatile enough to exist in most conditions, it prefers wet soils and moderate sunlight. It is a beautiful shrub for landscaping and requires very little care. The blossoms that form in early summer are white with yellow centers. These flowers give way to dark blue berries that attract a wide variety of wild birds to your yard. The stems of the plant turn a reddish color in the fall which provides an attractive look once the leaves have fallen.