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Cornelian Cherry Dogwood Tree

Cornus Mas

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Low-Maintenance and Cold Hardy Cherry Tree

The First Flowers of Spring.....and Berries!

A first cousin to the American Dogwood - the Cornelian Cherry is amazingly versatile. Left to itself, it will form a thick dense shrub that is perfect for screening and hedges. Apply just a little trimming and you have one of the most beautiful small trees around. Either way, the Cornelian Cherry will provide a year-round show of beauty!

It will be one of the first plants to bloom in the spring; branches covered with clusters of fuzzy yellow star-like flowers. This show is followed by dark shiny green leaves and then accented by the beautiful bright red olive-like berries which ripen in the late summer.

In the fall, your Cornelian Cherry provides a jazzy mahogany red display, as the leaves begin to turn and. Just when you think the show is over - Your Cornelian Cherry comes back with an encore, as its bark begins to exfoliate and curl, revealing shades from gray to brown, in a visually pleasing display of texture and color. The Cornelian Cherry is truly the master of multi-seasonal beauty.

Draw in Wildlife, and Enjoy the Show!

If you are a lover of wildlife and nature, your Cornelian Cherry will provide you with a never-ending show, as the birds and other wildlife are drawn to the tantalizing ruby-red berries that hang in clusters from its branches. The berries are edible and full of nutrients. Although a little on the tart side - the Cornelian Cherries (or Cornels) are perfect for making preserves, syrups and other delightful treats.

Plant your Cornelian Cherry in any exposure, from full sun to full shade; It will adapt. Space the plants 20 to 25 feet apart and ideally plant two or more for proper pollination. As the tree matures, it will reach a height of 15 to 30 feet, with a spread of up to 20 feet across. In its native habitat, the Cornelian Cherry lives upwards of 150 years; how's that for hardy?

The Cornelian Cherry is a Unique and Delightful Addition to any Landscape.

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Product Details

    Mature Height:15-30 ft.
    Mature Width:15-20 ft.
    Sunlight:Full-Partial
    Growth Rate:Slow
    Harvest Time:August
    Botanical Name:Cornus Mas
    Does Not Ship To:AZ, FL
    Grows Well In Zones:4-9 outdoors
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    Growing Zones: 4-9 outdoors

    (hardy down to -20℉)

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