More delicate and slow-growing than most Kousa cultivars, 'Beni Fuji' produces copious small, narrow, deep pink bracts in mid-spring. Those "flowers" are followed by green mace-shaped fruits that ripen to red round balls. If left unshaped, this dogwood will achieve a shrubby, open form. However, it can be trained to a single or multi-stemmed tree form.
Best blooming is achieved with morning sun and afternoon shade.
Mature size: 6 ft T x W in 10 years; larger with age.
Minimum temperature: -20° F