Cornus Cherokee Chief (Dogwood)

Cornus florida Cherokee Chief - A classic beauty, offering deep, ruby-red flower bracts and four seasons of interest. New leaves emerge bronze-red in spring, maturing to green. Autumn brings fantastic burgundy-red foliage. The show continues into winter, with red fruit clinging to bare branches. This small, low-branched tree has an attractive branching habit, giving a graceful, layered effect. Deciduous. Grows to 15 to 20 ft. tall and 20 to 25 ft. wide. Family: Cornaceae  

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Cornus Cherokee Chief (Dogwood) 2

Author : Tim Ludwig
Photo # : 32528
Online since: April 29th 2019


File size : 3.83 MB
Width : 1982 Pixels
Height : 3000 Pixels
Price : USD 50,00 $


File size : 527 KB
Width : 661 Pixels
Height : 1000 Pixels
Price : USD 20,00 $

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