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Dogwood 'Gray'

Plant Type: Deciduous Shrubs

This tough, low-maintenance shrub offers subtle year-round beauty. White panicles of flowers brighten the landscape in June. White berries attract many birds in the late summer and early fall. And the reddish-pink fruit stems persist into the winter, adding a nice color contrast to the gray bark. Gray dogwoods are great for borders, groups and masses. They can also be grown as small trees to be used for foundations, entranceways, borders or specimen planting. Features grayish-green to dark green leaves that are narrow-elliptic to ovate-lanceolate and 2-4″ long, turning reddish-purple in the fall

 


Growing & Maintenance Tips:

Flower Color

White

Foliage Color

Gray Green

Plant Spread

10-15'

Good Companions

Plant Height

10-15'

Scape Height

Hardness Zone

4-9

Soil Moisture


Characteristics & Attributes

Attributes

Bloom Time

Spring

Critter Resistance

Exposure

Full Sun - Full Shade

Growth Rate

Moderate

Seasonal Interests