Pink Princess Dogwood

$3399

Pink Princess Dogwood

$3399

1-Year Warranty

Ships Spring and Fall

Safe to Plant - Spring and Fall

In stock

Cannot ship to: FL.


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A Stunning Addition to Your Landscape If you're looking for a tree that adds elegance and beauty to your landscape, look no further than the Pink Princess Dogwood. With its striking blooms and attractive foliage, this tree will make a statement in any outdoor space.

Pink Princess Dogwood's Beautiful Blooms

The tree's most stunning feature is its beautiful blooms. These delicate flowers appear in early Spring 2024 and can last up to six weeks, creating a dazzling display that will brighten your yard.

Pink Princess Dogwood's Attractive Foliage

In addition to its gorgeous blooms, they also have attractive foliage. Its leaves are a deep green color with a slight gloss. They turn a beautiful red in the Fall (End of October), adding more interest to your landscape.

Pink Princess Dogwood Is Easy to Grow and Maintain

Despite their beauty, they are surprisingly easy to grow and maintain. It prefers well-drained soil and limited shade but can tolerate various conditions. Plus, it's relatively resistant to pests and diseases, so you dont have to worry about constant upkeep.

The Pink Princess Dogwood Is Perfect for Small Spaces

They are an excellent choice if you have little space but still want to enjoy the beauty of a flowering tree. They typically reach just 15-20 feet, making them ideal for small yards or gardens.

Pink Princess Dogwood can add beauty and elegance to your landscape. With its stunning blooms and attractive foliage, it's sure to be a showstopper in your outdoor space. Its easy-to-grow nature and small size make it a low-maintenance choice that will provide years of enjoyment.

Description: The gorgeous flowering tree in the Cornaceae family is an eye-catcher in yard landscaping. Once it reaches maturity, its delicate flowering bracts cover the tree branches in the springtime. In full bloom, the Cornus florida species, shrubs, and herbaceous plants group well with different maple tree species, making the landscape more attractive.

Decoratively, ornamental trees include landscapes, street plantings, and gardens for patios, lawns, or shrub borders.

In 1731, it was first cultivated in Kentucky. Its native range extends to Florida, Oklahoma, Mexico, Massachusetts, and Texas. J.C. Higgins, from Mayfield, Kentucky, introduced this tree, one of the best cultivars of its species.

 Grouped with the beech-maple tree are understory trees, shrubs, and herbaceous that supply nectar and pollen sources for pollinators throughout the growing season. As with the maple trees, 

The trees strive for healthy growth in sunlight, soil, and moisture conditions. When considering grouping trees, analyze the significant elements before selecting maple or these trees. 
Both trees are found on slopes, swamps, flood plains, and historical-field communities and grow in moist, well-drained soils. Caring for them from Nursery to Planting Caring for newly planted maple trees and from the nursery to the landscaping requires regular watering, especially the first few weeks after planting. 

Reduce watering to twice weekly and continue the process for a year. It can take six to 12 months for the tree's trunk to establish. Irrigation is significant during the second year for large trees. 

Pink Princess Dogwood makes landscapes more attractive when grouped among maple trees, shrubs, herbaceous plants, and other understory trees. After planting yards from the nursery, Cornus Florida is expected to grow at a medium rate of 13 to 24 inches per year. Its large bracts set the tree apart from other Cornus Florida species.

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