How big does a Cherokee princess dogwood get?

How big does a Cherokee princess dogwood get?

about 30 feet tall
Characteristics: The Dogwood tree grows to about 30 feet tall, with a 35 foot spread at maturity. It is a flowering tree.

How fast does a Cherokee princess dogwood grow?

about 24”/year
Grows about 24”/year. Always ranked among the best in dogwood cultivar evaluations. CT woodland native. Early bloomer, with a profusion of remarkably large 5” fragrant flowers, with each white bract over 2” long.

How tall does a Cherokee dogwood tree get?

between 15 to 20 feet tall
Cherokee Chief Dogwoods only grow between 15 to 20 feet tall, so they can fit perfectly in smaller planting areas without over crowding it. They are an excellent choice for an accent tree, or the center of attention.

What does a Cherokee princess dogwood tree look like?

Cherokee Princess Flowering Dogwood features showy clusters of white flowers with white bracts held atop the branches in mid spring. It has forest green deciduous foliage which emerges burgundy in spring. The pointy leaves turn an outstanding brick red in the fall. It produces red berries from early to late fall.

What color is a Cherokee princess dogwood?

‘Cherokee Princess’ Flowering Dogwood is a vigorous disease resistant selection which has large white flowers followed by bright red bird-attracting fruit. The fall color is a good red, and plantsman Don Shadow says that it is his favorite classic white Dogwood because of its beauty and ease of growth.

Is Cherokee princess dogwood disease resistant?

What is the fastest growing dogwood?

mas, or the Cornelian cherry dogwood, features yellow spring flowers and grows on multiple stems to a maximum height of 25 feet and width of 20 feet.

When should you plant a dogwood tree?

The best time to plant white dogwoods is in the spring, when the soil is moist and before the tree growth begins. Choose a planting site that receives dappled shade. Pull any weeds and clear away any debris and turfgrass. Dig a hole that is roughly ⅔ the depth of the root ball.

What kills a dogwood tree?

Main-stem infections cause cankers, which kill the trees. In the South, infection is most likely at higher elevations and on moist to wet sites. Shade increases risk of infection and mortality. High-value trees can be protected by mulching, pruning, and watering during droughts, and applying a fungicide.