The structure is low or multi branched making a
large shrub or small tree with rounded outline. Very tough plant with no disease
Quite rare in the trade, this selection has a
light green center with a wide white margin and seems to hold up well even in
The blooms are not bracts like most dogwoods but
emerge with small yellow umbels appearing very early (February/March) before the
leaves, quite showy.
Exfoliating in flakes with a grayish brown
The name "Cornellian Cherry" refers to the bright
red edible fruits, which persists into the fall and early winter and are
especially noticeable in this selection with the backdrop of variegated foliage.
4 to 8
20 to 25 feet / 15 to 20