Cornus Argentea (Pagoda dogwood)

Cornus alternifolia Argentea - a shrubby cultivar that grows to only 10-15’ tall and features attractive variegated foliage. It features the same layered, horizontal branching as the species. Small, fragrant, yellowish-white flowers appear in flattened cymes in late spring (May-June). Flowers give way to bluish-black fruits (drupes) that mature in summer. Elliptic-ovate, medium green leaves (to 3.5” long) are variegated with white.   Family: Cornaceae  

Cornus Argentea (Pagoda dogwood) 2

Author : Donald Buma
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Online since: February 26th 2019


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Cornus Argentea (Pagoda dogwood)

Categories : Cornaceae - Family - Horizontal - Landscape - Photos subjects - Shrubs - Plant Family -

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