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    Ragin' Red™ Dogwood  for Sale

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Ragin' Red™ Dogwood

Cornus florida 'JN13' PPAF

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Growing Zones: 5-9
(hardy down to -10℉)



Growing Zones 5-9
You are in Growing Zone: 6

Mature Height:

20-25 ft.

Mature Width:

20-25 ft.

Sunlight:

Full-Partial

Spacing:

15-20 ft.

Growth Rate:

Moderate

Drought Tolerance:

Good

You are in an area with ~1800 chill hours

Botanical Name:

Cornus florida 'JN13' PPAF

Does Not Ship To:

AZ, FL



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Show Off The Most Unique Dogwood Available!

The Ragin’ RedDogwood is the newest variety. Dogwoods are a well-loved tree, known for their enticing flowers and nearly zero upkeep. This brand new variety has everything you love about Dogwoods, and more!

The Deepest red blooms you’ve ever seen. Dogwoods are typically known for their prolific, yet gentle colors. Not this Dogwood! The Ragin’ Red™ lives up to its name with deep-red flowers reminiscent of a fine Cabernet. Undeniably alluring, these flowers will add drama and life to your yard.

Endless ornamental value with no upkeep. Many trees and plants that offer such mesmerizing colors come at a cost - constant maintenance. But just like other Dogwoods, you won’t need to do anything to keep this showstopper in your yard. The Ragin’ Red™ Dogwood is resilient, fast growing, and long-living.

Deep Red blooms last all season. While some vibrant blooms, and even some Dogwoods, lose their color as the growing season goes on, the Ragin’ Red™’s flowers maintain their color throughout the entire season. There’s no need to worry that your tree will become dull or uninteresting at any point!

Wildlife love the Ragin’ Red too. An important food source for robins and cardinals, the berries the Dogwood produces draw in tons of wildlife. Just as the flowers fall and the leaves turn, bright red birds appear to bring back more color to your landscape.

Gorgeous through every season. With a long growing season of deep reds that transition into stunning fall colors and then into fascinating silhouettes during winter, you’ll never get tired of looking at your Ragin’ Red™ Dogwood.

Demand for the newest Dogwood is very high! Everyone wants to show off this stunning new variety of Dogwood, so don’t miss your chance to feature this unique tree in your yard. Order yours today. 





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Customer Reviews

4.1 / 5.0
71 Reviews
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Red Dogwood
I won't see it bloom in red until next year, but the tree came in great condition with new growth. Put it in the ground immediately with the root rocket and the new growth didn't fall off from shock. I did not break any roots as it was not root bound and it is flourishing with more new growth. Planted it in mid June in South Carolina in full sun and it is doing great! Excited to see it flourish and bloom next year, as well as the gorgeous red leaves in fall :-)
August 7, 2018
Purchased
3 months ago
Quality product and great job shipping!
Red dogwood arrived with minimal wilting. Planted the same day and kept plenty of water on it for two weeks. It is doing well and has completely recovered from shipping. Great job!
August 3, 2018
Purchased
3 months ago
Growing Zone:
6
So thrilled!
So happy with our red dogwood tree! I came packaged very well and has begun to thrive. It's a beautiful addition to our landscaping!
August 2, 2018
Purchased
3 months ago
Red Dogwood--hope it makes it!
Red Dogwood arrived very very wilted and has not really sprung back. I think it is still alive, though, and I hope that next spring it will have fresh new leaves emerging. If not, I did buy the warranty and will be able to see if this company is good about their warranties (even though i will have to pay for shipping). I ordered a crape myrtle at the same which seems to be doing well.
August 1, 2018
Purchased
3 months ago
Missing info
Our tree is actively dying. I was very careful to check that we had the correct zone, read the entire page when ordering to make sure it would be a good fit for our area. After the tree was delivered, we get an informational email stating that this is a shade tree that grows best in the shade! Our entire yard is full sun, and we’ve tried to place lawn furniture to help provide shade but it’s just not going to be enough... most of the leaves are browning. I’m really disappointed because if I knew this when I was purchasing I would have selected a different tree. On the positive, the tree did appear to be healthy when it arrived.
July 25, 2018
Purchased
4 months ago
Growing Zone:
6
I don't think it has recovered from being shipped. The leaves seem dry as many have brown areas, are drooping and lifeless. There is no new growth. The tree looks the same as when I received it. I water the tree, but nothing positive seems to be happening.
July 19, 2018
Purchased
5 months ago
Happy customer
Spoke with a very pleasant and helpful sales representative when I called to place the order. Very fast shipping. The tree was packaged very well and the tree looked to be in great health.
July 10, 2018
Purchased
4 months ago
Arrived healthy, nice and tall. Need to wait until next spring to see how it survives the winter. Fingers crossed.
July 10, 2018
Purchased
4 months ago
The tree is very good but the transit time is too long.
The tree is very good and healthy, but the transit time is too long. Results: the tree is severely weakened. Can ship faster? And after 11 days of receiving it, I still did not dare to plant it to the ground.
Jun 26, 2018.
Jun 26, 2018.
July 7, 2018
CA
Purchased
4 months ago
Growing Zone:
9
Struggling to keep tree alive
Arrived with very little roots / root system. Followed plsnting instructions yet struggling to keep tree alive.
June 25, 2018
Purchased
4 months ago
Growing Zone:
7

Planting & Care



It's Easy to Plant & Care for Your Ragin' Red™ Dogwood


Ragin' Red™ Dogwood  Planting Diretions

 

You can plant your Ragin’ Red Dogwood anywhere you like, but it will thrive better in certain spaces like under the cover of large evergreens, on a forest edge, surrounded by other Dogwoods, or in partial shade. Dig a hole 2/3 the death of the root ball. Make sure the roots rest slightly above ground level. You can add a layer of mulch, but be sure to keep it away from the trunk. Water immediately to establish the roots.

 

Watering: Water frequently during the establishment period. If you live in a hot or dry area, you may need to water your tree once a week during the hottest or driest months. Once the tree is established, watering is likely unnecessary.

 

Pruning: There's no need to prune the Ragin’ Red Dogwood, but if you choose to remove dead or unwanted branches, do so in summer.

Planting & Care

Questions & Answers

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Why did you choose this?
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The color of the blooms. I already have a tree with white blooms. Also, I am planting the tree next to my dog Milo's grave and thought planting a dogwood would be a nice corny story.
James B on Oct 18, 2018
Colorful
Cheryl R on Sep 15, 2018
The color of the blooms. I already have a tree with white blooms. Also, I am planting the tree next to my dog Milo's grave and thought planting a dogwood would be a nice corny story.
James B on Oct 18, 2018
Color
mike c on Oct 2, 2018
Colorful
Cheryl R on Sep 15, 2018
i have not seen a red dogwood befor
Charles D on Aug 21, 2018
My husband wanted something stunning in our front yard that No one else had on our block. He's an original guy like that. A statement maker.
mary j on Aug 2, 2018
Color!! Size!
Naomi B on Jun 4, 2018
replacing one damaged by winter storm
mary jane K on May 31, 2018
I liked the color
Helen G on May 22, 2018
Planting this in appreciation of a teacher who is retiring after 38 years at our school.
Abby S on May 15, 2018
Love the colors
Teresa G on May 12, 2018
Beautiful tree. Love the red blooms.
Billy Dwain G on May 7, 2018
Personal preference
Carolyn P on May 6, 2018
Because my neighbor loves dogwoods & this is a beautiful one. I am buying it for her!
Susan B on May 1, 2018
Hi,
I am Thang. I bought the trees as a gift to Greg and Tina.
I chose these trees for their beautiful and long lasting spring flowers.
Greg and Tina H on Apr 23, 2018
Nice Looking tree for the Memorial Garden.
Tim E on Apr 15, 2018
I would buy a 5-6ft tree instead if they are available. I have purchased from you before and the plants are beautiful!
barry A on Apr 9, 2018
They are beautiful!
Melissa L on Apr 8, 2018
My husband grew up in North Carolina so this is a special surprise
Terri M on Mar 17, 2018
My mom wanted color for her front yard and she loves flowers. I've been looking for a tree to replace her small Oak tree in the front. It's been 2 years, and the Oak hasn't really made the house look beautiful. The Dogwood seems very pleasant, bright, and romantic- just like my mom wants her house to appear. I can't wait to plant it and give my mom something to enjoy for the years to come!
Jasmine G on Mar 14, 2018
I want some color in my front yard.
Delissa L on Mar 11, 2018
Small yard, but beautiful landscape tree. Easy to plant, grow and keep alive in south mississippi
Robin H on Feb 25, 2018
Front yard Landscaping
Akhila A on Feb 10, 2018
I currently have a white dogwood tree and would like a red dogwood tree to go with it.
Judy R on Feb 6, 2018
Favorite tree
damien r on Feb 3, 2018
had this tree when I lived in the east coast/ missed the beautiful flowers; has not seen them around here in nevada.
Celia A on Jan 8, 2018
I wanted a medium sized tree with year round interest.
Chris A on Jan 5, 2018
Drought tolerant growth rate color
Renee G on Oct 20, 2017
i wanted a medium flowering tree
Heleo S on Oct 4, 2017
I am replacing a tree lost in last winters ice storm but the area has become partly shaded due to growth of surrounding trees. Although I would like a fruit tree, the location no longer gets full sun. I picked the red dogwood for it's bright color as well as general size and shape.
Thyra B on Sep 29, 2017
To contrast with the many white dogwoods we have.
Sally H on Sep 27, 2017
My wife's favorite tree and it's for our anniversary.
Brandon G on Sep 25, 2017
THE COLOR OF THE FLOWERS!
ARMANDO P on Sep 13, 2017
color of blossoms
Judith W on Sep 12, 2017
Wife's choice
Marc P on Aug 6, 2017
The deep reds and pink colors remind us of the trees we had in our yard in Germany
Louis C on Jul 31, 2017
color
Jennifer H on Jul 26, 2017
Present for my father
John B on Jul 20, 2017
The website was very helpful and easy to use I quickly educated myself and found the perfect tree for my needs I look forward to enjoying years of beautiful blooms
Tina J on Jul 8, 2017
Beautiful flowers, good shade tree where you need filtered Sun.
Irina P on Jun 20, 2017
Beautiful tree and it was on sale.
Tonya W on Jun 17, 2017
They can't withstand the weather in Houston even though it says it can. However, I chose the tree because I'm very much attracted to red whether it be a bikini or flowers. :-)
Darwin L on May 25, 2017
I'm looking for a dark pink/red dogwood and hope this is as advertised, and not a light pink dogwood.
Thai D on May 18, 2017
my wife love dog woods
Robert C on May 14, 2017
It looks like a beautiful tree and will be perfect in our backyard.
Vicky Sue S on May 5, 2017
Because of the beautiful colors.
Cheryl T on May 2, 2017
I love dogwood trees I was wanting a red dogwood.
patricia r on May 1, 2017
spring color
John T on May 1, 2017
add color in spring
Bill W on Apr 28, 2017
we liked the flowering habit of the red dogwood and the fact that it is a low maintenance tree.
Martin S on Apr 26, 2017
want to check out the plants , will order more if the quality is aceptable
Shaid L on Apr 17, 2017
Color
mike c on Oct 2, 2018
i have not seen a red dogwood befor
Charles D on Aug 21, 2018
what is the root system like for the red dogwood ?
A shopper on Jun 5, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Shallow root system.
does this Dogwood produce fruit?
Jennifer C on May 4, 2015
BEST ANSWER: So far Mine does not produce fruit.
How deep do the roots go in a dogwood?
A shopper on Jun 18, 2014
BEST ANSWER: About a foot - water well - mine doing well.
What about Deer eating the leaves?
Bob W on Jun 17, 2014
BEST ANSWER: We see deer in the yard frequently but they've shown no interest in the red dogwood. Seem to prefer the weeping cherry!
Can I plant in July ?
Richard F on Jul 17, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I purchased the dogwood back in August 2015 and have it planted on the ground in September. Staying healthy and no blooming for the first year in 2016. This year May 2017 bloomed with dark pink flowers, color exactly as in this picture.
We live in the southern most portion of zone 4, any chance a dogwood could survive in my area?
Christian O on Aug 16, 2014
BEST ANSWER: Unfortunately not. The growing zone is 5-9
Are your products guaranteed? We've tried for years, without success, to grow pink dogwood here in Northeast Pennsylvania.
A shopper on May 30, 2014
BEST ANSWER: I bought a red dogwood late last spring. It struggled! Part of the problem was obviously a very hot spring and summer...also dry. After our hard winter, I was surprised to see it leafing out, very late this year as the ground remained cold until the last few weeks. My tree looks healthy. I fertilized with Miracle Gro, not finding a fertilizer specifically for dogwoods. Also, I have two white kornus cousa in the front which are growing well. I am in the very northern part of zone five in Wisconsin.
What color is the trunk of the tree? and what color are the leaves in the spring and fall?thank you
Gail R on May 11, 2017
BEST ANSWER: Trunk-an almost dark, charcoal brown. Leaves are green with a little red in them in spring - green in fall.
Just received 4 more - large healthy green leaves. Have 14 - pland to buy more.
Line the driveawy. Absolutely gorgeous.
IS IT SAFE TO PUT A DOGWOOD TREE CLOSE TO THE FOUNDATIONS OF THE HOUSE?
JESUS C on Mar 4, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I would plant at least 10-15ft away from a structure.
are trees pet friendly cats/ leaves not poisonous to animals?
gail b. on Aug 16, 2015
BEST ANSWER: Dogwood trees can be mildly toxic to animals. If your animal consumes a portion of this tree I would recommend calling your veterinarian.
when is the best time to plant the red dogwood?
caroline a on Aug 31, 2015
BEST ANSWER: In zone 7 - Maryland - planted two end of September into October. Planted one in a little more sun than the other; in the spring, both blossomed and had leaves but the one in the sun, the leaves seemed to start to burn and there was no new growth. Moved the tree to a shady location, mulched and kept it moist. Soon, new growth - about three inches.
Can it live in full sun or mostly afternoon sun? I live in Fayetteville, NC - zone 8b. Gets pretty hot.
Ames47 on Jun 13, 2018
BEST ANSWER: I bought four trees and planted them on the same side of the house in full sun. Two are doing very well and two are without leaves. Probably due to my planting but I did the same for all trees. Full sun is fine. Water is key to growth.
I planted my red dog wood tree when I got it now it is calling for frost what can I do.?
patricia r on May 6, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I would make sure it is mulched sell, 2 or 3 inches but leave space around the trunck. It should not touch the trunk. Mine whad beautiful blooms this spring! Planted fall 2015. Peoria, IL. Sherry
Can Red Dogwood be planted in Zone 10 (Los Anagles) ?
Daniel on Dec 29, 2015
BEST ANSWER: The growing zones are 5-9. Click the link to look up what growing zone you are in.
http://www.fast-growing-trees.com/USDA-Plant-Hardiness-Zone-Map.htm
Will this do well in a wet area? My water table is 6 inches under the soil where I would like to plant this tree.
Chelsea S on Dec 28, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Hi Chelsea,
Dogwoods are adaptable to several types of soil; however, they do best in moist fertile soil that is very well draining. It would not be recommended planting it in a wet area if it is not well draining. The tree would not make it in a very wet area that is 6 inches under the soil.
Would it be okay to plant this in south Louisiana during the late summer/early fall?
Kim T on Aug 21, 2016
BEST ANSWER: Yes that would be a great time for planting.
Can you keep these dogwood trees cut down to fit a smaller space?
Bev A on Sep 4, 2018
How wide the Red dog wood will grow?
Du P on Jul 21, 2018

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