This shrubby, spreading, multi-trunked dogwood has creamy-white margined leaves that turn a gorgeous brick-red in the fall. Late spring bracts ("flowers") are white, elongated, and profuse, and last several weeks — holding up in sun or shade. Also with abundant crimson fruits and gray peeling bark — this tree has a lot going for it! Birds love it and so will you.
Mature size: slow-growing to 20 feet tall & wideMinimum temperature: -20° F