Cornus racemosa (a.k.a. Cornus foemina subsp. racemosa)
Gray dogwood, is a thickly branched, slow growing dogwood seldom more than 6 feet high at maturity. Its flowers, which bloom in June or July, are white and loosely clustered, and its white fruit, which appears in September and October, is set off by bright red fruit-stalks.
Current Sale Size: 18-24" bare-root seedlings
Growth Rate: Slow
Soils: Sand, Loam, Clay
Moisture: Moist to Dry
Shade Tolerance: Full Sun to Shade
Mature Height: 6-12 ft.
Deer Damage Potential: Low
Uses: Erosion Control, Flowering, Wildlife, birds
USDA Plant Profile