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Eddies White Wonder dogwood

Corus x 'Eddie's White Wonder'

Interesting Flower Fall Colors

Characteristics:
A hybrid of the Pacific Northwest native dogwood, Cornus nuttallii, and Cornus florida, it grows taller and has larger flowers than those of the better-known native of the southeastern United States.

Growing Conditions:
This hybrid is easier to grow, more resistant to anthracnose, and generally more adaptable than its other parent, Pacific Dogwood.

Uses:
A great street tree for planting strips with overhead primary power lines.

Height:
25' at maturity

Width:
20' at maturity

Shape:
Upright, pyramidal

Flowers:
Big, beautiful white flowers grow to more than four inches in diameter in the spring.

Leaves:
Dark green summer foliage is handsome throughout the summer months, and turns to rich red in the fall.

Bark: