Species: Cornus mas
Corneliancherry Dogwood; Cornelian Cherry
Found on Course Walks
Map of plant locations
There are many cultivars of this plant. Particularly in Europe it is used as a food plant and many high-yield fruiting cultivars exist there, occasionally some are available in the U.S.'Alba', 'Aurea', 'Aureo-Elegantissima', 'Elegant', 'Flava', 'Fructu Violaceo', 'Golden Glory', 'Macrocarpa', 'Nana', 'Pioneer', 'Redstone', 'Spring Glow', 'Variegata'
Tree < 30 feet
18' (spread 15' - 20')
rounded; multi-stem, occasionally grown a single stem
Full sun, Part shade
Can tolerate acid to alkaline soil (pH 5.0 to 8.0)
Consistently moist, well-drained soil; Occasional periods of dry soil
See graphic below
Bare Root Transplanting
Native Central and Southern Europe and Western Asia.
Moisture Tolerance Graphic
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