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Cornus florida 'Cherokee Chief'

Cornus florida 'Cherokee Chief' (American Dogwood)
 

Common Name

American Dogwood
 

Soil

Moist, neutral to acid
 

Aspect

A little afternoon shade is perfect. Full sun if kept moist.
 

Height

6-8ft
 

Action and Timing

A good deep pink. The flowering is strong, reliable and long lasting.
 

Nursery Notes

Propagate by grafting.
 

Opinion

Although the bracts are a good deep pink this can and does vary with sunlight, in which the colour can be somewhat lighter...but still beautiful. It is a strong grower and uniform in its branching, of which the young shoots can have an attractive purple reddish caste.
 

This plant was added to the database on 2nd February, 2010.

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