Make the Pagoda Dogwood part of your backyard sanctuary!
The Pagoda Dogwood is named after its unique, distinctive layered branches, much like a multi-tiered pagoda temple. This dogwood variety is a bit heartier than other flowering dogwood; better tolerates the cold and wind; and thrives in moist soil and partial shade. Ranging from 15-30′ in height with an equal spread in its canopy, Pagoda Dogwoods make a statement whether planted alone or together in a row.
Pagoda Dogwoods are most noted for their beautiful masses of sweet-smelling, luscious white flowers that bloom in early summer (birdwatchers take note: the blossoms and fruit attract a variety of birds and butterflies!). Blooms later yield fruit that ripen to shades of deep-purple. Summertime is upon us, and soon these fragrant blossoms will be too — so stop into our nursery to indulge your senses!