- White blossoms in spring
- Red foliage in the fall
- Native to eastern United States
- Very attractive small flowering tree
One of the most popular and beautiful native American trees, the White Flowering Dogwood Tree provides seasons of interest. Growing 15-25, this deciduous tree produces showy white blossoms in late spring and stunning scarlet foliage in the fall. Its red berries mature in late summer to early fall and provide food for birds. The White Flowering Dogwood can be grown as a specimen or in small groups near woodlands or around homes. While it prefers partial shade, it can be grown in full sun. Zones 5-9.