Kousa Dogwoods - Cornus Kousa

Want a gorgeous tree that blooms on the edge of spring and summer with abundant white blooms, and elegant form and seasonally interesting bark? Maybe you should add a kousa dogwood to your yard. The kousa dogwood is an Asian variety of our own native dogwood, but has its own unique beauty and is resistant to many of the diseases that affect the North American Dogwood. When I think about cornus kousa, I think of beautiful oblong dogwood  blooms in the garden in early summer when our native dogwood species have already lost their blooms. The fruit of cornus kousa is larger than that of our native dogwood and edible, making it a bird magnet for a few weeks in the fall. Kousa leaves are smoother and longer than the the leaves of the native dogwood with a deep green in the summer. In the fall, the kousa takes on a variegated orange, red and green that is more symmetrical and organized than the swirling psychedelic displays put on by our native dogwoods.
The 'Wolf Eyes' kousa dogwood has a smaller stature than most dogwoods and it has variegated green leaves with a cream border. This tree flourishes in full sun, partial sun and partial shade, making it an ideal tree for almost any yard. From late spring to early summer, a profusion of spade shaped white blooms will adorn the 'Wolf Eyes' adding t...
The 'Wolf Eyes' kousa dogwood has a smaller stature than most dogwoods and it has variegated green leaves with a cream border. This tree flourishes...
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