Cornus kousa 'Samzam' 10 Gallon

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Casual observers usually don't think about whether a tree can handle all-day hot sun, but increasing temperatures world-wide might change the way we select plants for our gardens. Samaritan Chinese Dogwood actually does better with some shade at the hottest time of the day, so may be a perfect choice to plant near big conifers or on the east side of taller buildings. Slowly growing to 25 feet with a 20 foot spread, this dogwood has beautifully variegated foliage that emerges in the spring with a slight tinge of pink. The leaves eventually morph to a creamy white and green during the summer when the flowers appear, then take on burgundy and intense pink shades in the fall. 

Common Name: Samaritan Chinese Dogwood
Mature Size: 25 feet tall, 20 feet wide
Growth Rate: Slow
Cold Hardiness: -25 ° F
Characteristics: Deciduous
Light: Sun to partial sun
Structure: Rounded canopy
Bloom Color: White
Bloom Time: Late spring to summer
Uses: Street tree, under-story tree, suitable for smaller gardens
Photos: Real images, not stock photos
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