What Is the Life Span of a Dogwood Tree?

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The dogwood tree has a relatively short life span of up to 40 years. Dogwood trees are a type of deciduous tree.
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They last for ages. They are quite vigorous and they continue to grow - the neighbor has one that is at least 35 years old and over 30 feet tall!
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Redbud trees are short-lived trees with an age limit of about 25 to 40 years. The reduced age of these trees is primarily due to the influence of disease, which begins to cause decline
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It depends what type of tree. Most live for about 80-100 years, but some have lived for over 500!
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