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Cherokee Brave Dogwood
Growing Zones: 5-9
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Mature Height: 15-30 ft.
Mature Width: 25-35 ft.
Sunlight: Partial Shade
Blooms: Spring
Spacing: 25 ft.
Botanical: Cornus florida ‘Comco No. 1’ CHEROKEE BRAVE
Cannot Ship to: AZ
Plant Size Gallon
This plant thrives in the green shaded regions above.

Cherokee Brave Dogwood


Cherokee Brave Dogwood
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A Vibrant Red-Flowering Dogwood


Move over, white-flowering dogwood trees. With its dazzling spring display of 4-inch-wide blossoms of dark reddish-pink with white centers, Cherokee Brave Dogwood (Cornus florida ‘Comco No. 1’ CHEROKEE BRAVE) is a sight to behold. This showstopper of a tree bursts into bloom before the leaves emerge to herald the arrival of spring!

Colorful and Vigorous
1. Spring and fall color. Reddish-pink blooms are the highlight of this tree in spring, but another red surprise appears in autumn with its brilliant fall foliage!

2. Fast growth. Compared to other red-flowering dogwoods, Cherokee Brave Dogwood grows almost twice as fast.

3. Attracts birds. After the blooms fade in spring, berries begin to form. These berries mature in late summer, turning a brilliant red to the delight of many birds that relish them as a fruiting food source.

Dogwood Design Tips
Cherokee Brave Dogwood is a carefully bred selection of our native dogwood tree (Cornus florida), prospering in USDA Plant Hardiness Zones 5 through 9. Its horizontally branching form spreads out to make Cherokee Brave Dogwood a nice single-specimen shade tree. But its colorful impact is magnified when planted in small groupings or three or more trees. As an understory tree, Cherokee Brave Dogwood provides a smaller design element to surrounding, taller shade trees.

Few Growing Needs
Attention to these details helps Cherokee Brave Dogwood flourish:

Sun. Sunlight enhances the red color of the showy bracts, but too much direct sun (particularly in the afternoon) may stress trees. A location that receives morning sun and afternoon shade is ideal.

Soil. Rich, acidic and well-draining soil supports optimal growth.

Water. Natural rainfall typically supplies enough water for established trees, but supplemental irrigation is needed during times of drought or particularly hot summers.

Fertilizer. Apply fertilizer at the recommendation of soil-test results.

Pruning. There’s no pruning needed to shape Cherokee Brave Dogwood because it has a naturally upright, vase-like shape. Simply remove any broken or storm-damaged limbs to keep trees looking tidy.



 
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