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Dogwoods. With ornamental value in all seasons, East Tennessee's native flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) is one of the most beautiful small trees in the world. Tennessee is the number one producer of dogwood trees, and here at Stanley’s we grow a number of disease-resistant tree and bush varieties. 1. Gallon White White Dogwood Flowering Tree in Pot (L) Model #NURSERY. Find My Store. for pricing and availability. Gallon Purple Gulf Coast Dogwood Flowering Tree in Pot (L) Model #NURSERY.
Find My stumptrimmers.buzzg: Nashville TN. Flowering Dogwood Cornus florida. Native Range: Eastern North America Zone: 5 to 9 Height: to feet Spread: to feet Bloom Time: April to May Bloom Description: White (bracts) Sun: Full sun to part shade Water: Medium Maintenance: Medium Suggested Use: Flowering Tree Flower: Showy Leaf: Good Fall Attracts: Birds, Butterflies Fruit: Showy.
Gallon Pink Pink Flowering Dogwood Flowering Tree in Pot (L) Item # Model # Get Pricing and Availability. Use Current Location. Deep pink flowers. Showy, spring flowering tree. Good fall color. 5% Off Your Lowe’s Advantage Card Purchase: Subject to credit approval. Get 5% off your eligible purchase or order charged to your Missing: Nashville TN. Apr 20, The Cornus florida ‘Cherokee Brave’ also called a Pink Dogwood is a magnificent smaller tree usually growing feet tall.
It is one of the most beautiful of all the American native trees. Pink Dogwoods are great choices for residential homes and/or commercial properties with their flowers blooming around the April to May time frame.