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Dogwood, Roughleaf

Cornus drummondii


Shrub or sometimes small tree 20 feet high with short trunk 6 inches in diameter and open spreading crown, forming thickets. Scattered to common in moist soil along streams and in dry uplands, along border between oak-hickory forests and grasslands and in forest understory, through Oklahoma (except panhandle). The rough upper leaf surfaces and white fruits distinguish this shrubby dogwood. Plants spread from root sprouts and provide wildlife cover. Suitable from background plantings.

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  • SKU: 69
  • Type: Hardwood
  • Hardiness Zones: 5, 6, 7, 8, 9
  • Moisture Zones: Central, Eastern
  • Soil Type: Most
  • Windbreak: Good
  • Erosion Control: Good
  • Wildlife: Superior
  • Product Type: Bare-Root Seedlings

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