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For this reason it is often safest to hold off on.



Jan 10, Flowering dogwood is a popular tree native to the eastern U.S., including North Florida.





This beautiful spreading tree grows up to 35 feet tall. In nature, the dogwood is an understory tree, so it does best in part or filtered sun.



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Dogwoods grow best in well drained, slightly acidic soils. Mar 22, Don't Give Up On Dogwood But that doesn't mean you shouldn't try dogwoods. In Grumpy's opinion, flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) still remains the best small tree for multi-season interest.

Not just in the Southeast, either -- for the Northeast and Midwest too. Showy blossoms of white, pink, or red appear in spring before the bushclearance.pw: Steve Bender.

Jun 23, DOGWOOD CARE & PRUNING Pruning: Dogwood trees and shrubs have a naturally attractive shape, so they require little pruning unless needed for aesthetic reasons or to improve their vigor.

The best time to prune is in the late winter (when the tree is dormant) to early spring, before new folige emerges.



Deer may nibble on young dogwoods in the winter if food is scarce.



Watering. Mar 23, Choose a site that has plenty of sun, at least six hours, and well-drained soil. Plant the seeds about as deep as they are wide. Water well, and within three to five days the plants will sprout. Aug 25, Ideally, and especially in the Southern U.S., Dogwood trees prefer growing and perform their best in locations that provide shade or filtered sunlight during the afternoon hours.

Morning sun with afternoon shade or filtered sun is perfect. Direct afternoon sunlight often results in sun scald and discoloration of leaves.



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