This vigorous Cornus has possibly the largest ‘flowers’ (they are actually bracts) of all the flowering dogwoods. These showy creamy-white bracts are up to 15cms across so this tree can be admired from afar aswell as up close. Strawberry like fruits follow in autumn along with attractive red, orange and purple coloured leaves. The RHS have given this its Award of Garden Merit (AGM) and its also great for pollinators too.
Height 4-8 metres. Spread 2.5-4 metres.
Plant in moist but well drained, sunny/partial shade position.