Cornus controversa 'June-Snow' Dogwood
A unique tree with a horizontal branching structure. Flat topped clusters of small creamy white flowers that cover the tree like snow in June yield blue-black fruit clusters in the fall. Dark green leaves turn to a brilliant range of orange through burgundy in the fall. Clusters of ¼" blue-black berries enjoyed by wildlife.
Mature Height: 35-40 feet
Mature Spread: 30-35 feet
Tree Shape: Horizontally layered, spreading. Will grow taller in shady conditions.
Part sun to light or open shade.