Pagoda dogwood (
Oct 5, 2012
Description and range, with photographs of twig, bark, leaves, flowers, fruit and form.
Habitat. native to the eastern United States; zone 4. Habit and Form. a small deciduous tree; reaches a maximum height of around 25'; has horizontal or tiered ...
Description: This shrub is up to 25' tall, developing widely spreading branches that are often arranged in tiers. The trunk bark of older shrubs is light brown and ...
Native Trees and Shrubs for Maine Landscapes. Pagoda Dogwood. (
Pagoda Dogwood is a native deciduous shrub with alternate leaves that are however, mostly clustered at the ends of branches. It usually can be formed into a ...
Alternate-leaved Dogwood (
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Pagoda Dogwood. Pagoda Dogwood -
The woody species in the genus Cornus can be recognized by the simple, opposite, unlobed, entire leaves and the "arcuate" venation in which the veins curve ...