Pagoda Dogwood

Are you struggling to find the perfect flowering tree to plant in your shady lot? Look no further because the Pagoda Dogwood will be just that. This extremely low maintenance, small, flowering tree can be grown in shade, partial shade, and full sun. While it can survive in full sun, the tree prefers the shade. The Pagoda dogwood also prefers moist, acidic, well drained soils. Known for the distinct layers the branches create by growing almost parallel to the ground, this tree will look gorgeous in your yard year-round. In May, the Pagoda Dogwood will delight your senses with its fragrant white and yellow blooms. The flowers, when pollinated, will mature into fruiting bodies, however small mammals and birds love them, so they will be gone before becoming a nuisance. This tree can grow to 25 feet tall and 50 feet wide, so keep that in mind when planting.

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