The Cherokee Chief Dogwood is a graceful tree that has
stunning rosy-red blooms on bare branches in spring. The blooms on the Cherokee
Chief are a much deeper and richer color than other pink and red dogwoods, even
the leaves have magenta coloring in the spring when they first emerge. This is
an eye-catching tree specially in the
fall when the leaves turn a deep shade of red and bright clusters of red
berries appear. This Dogwood has a
graceful, sweeping habit that looks beautiful in any lawn.
This variety of flowering dogwood is more drought-resistant
than most others, and its vigorous growth makes it less susceptible to pests or
diseases. No pruning is needed or advised. It will grow in shade in southern
zones and full sun in northern zones. It will grow in most gardens and prefers
rich, well-drained soil.
-1 Gallon Potted Plant
- Full Sun/Partial Shade
- Prefers moist well-drained soil
-Hardiness Zone 5-8
- Images are of full grown, mature plant and are for
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