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 Dogwood Tree Bark Disease?

Answer Dogwoods require little more than full sun (at least 6 hours a day) and well draining soil. Mulch is appropriate, too, but it should never come within 3 feet of the tree trunk. Removal of dead bran... Read More »
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What is the dogwood tree used for?

The flowering dogwood tree is considered an ornamental tree and is commonly used in both residential and commercial landscapes. This woody ornamental makes a great understory in forests and produce... Read More »
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What ph does a dogwood tree need?

The dogwood tree is not finicky in terms of what conditions it will grow under, and thrives in a variety of conditions. When planting a dogwood, the soil pH of the selected site should ideally be ... Read More »
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How does tree bark help the tree survive?

Bark protects a tree, much like our skin protects us. It serves as a "barrier" to the elements. :)
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Scale Disease and the Bark of River Birch Trees?

The River birch tree is native to the southeastern portion of the United States. Recognized as the most adaptive of the birch trees, it is quite beautiful even without leaves due to its unique bark... Read More »
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