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Pink Dogwood Tree, Cornus florida var. rubra.   The Pink Dogwood Tree is a native tree to the United States, and the intensity, tone and ultimate blossom beauty of its pink color is best experienced in the USDA zones of 5 through 8a, but the colors are not as vivid when pink dogwood trees are grown South of Macon, Georgia.  The pink dogwood trees are slow growing plants and rarely reach a height of over 12 feet.  During the spring the trees are full of pink colored flowers that are spectacular just before the leaves appear.  The leaves change into a brilliant red-orange color during the fall season.

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Sizes Listed Below Prior to Complimentary Pruning

1-2ft tall [Add $14.25]
2-3ft tall [Add $18.25]
3-4ft tall [Add $22.25]

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Pink Dogwood April 27, 2015
Reviewer: Maggie Frost from Stoneville, NC United States  
very small, somewhat disappointed with the size. If it grows good, I'll be happy.

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