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CORNUS Cherokee Chief

Cornus florida 'Cherokee Chief'
Common Name:
CORNUS
‘Cherokee Chief' Flowering Dogwood
Type:
TREES
5-9
Height:
15-30'
Spread:
15-30'
Bloom:
April-May

Sun Needs:
Full/Part Sun
Description:
Rounded shape, deep rose red flowers with a white center, new foliage is tinged red, and matures to green, vigorous.
Patent information:
Keywords:
Showy Flowers, Deciduous, Fall Color, Thornless, Deer ReisistantAttractive to Birds, Disease Resistant, Accent, Asian Garden, Cottage Garden, Flowering Tree, Formal Garden, Fruit (showy), Hedge, Mass, Specimen, Shrub, Well-Drained Soil, Clay Soil, Moist Soil, Normal Soil; 01885, 01886