Plant of the Week: Dogwood ‘Scarlet Fire’

Dogwood ‘Scarlet Fire’: Tree

Hardiness Zones: 5-9
Exposure: Partial Shade to Partial Sun — Can handle morning sun.
Average Size: 25′ tall and 20′ wide

Foliage: Green leaves that have a purple tinge in the spring
Bloom: Deep pink bloom in late spring

Resistant to: Deer, Rabbits & Drought

Pests/Problems: have developed a strong tolerance to diseases

Other Information:
Great multi-seasonal interest tree
Birds love raspberry shaped fruit
Can be left to grow as a large shrub, or limbed up to form a tree

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