What Is the Root System of a Dogwood Tree?

Answer Flowering dogwood trees--popular colorful symbols of the eastern United States--produce shallow root systems that make them susceptible to drought, disease and damage. The far-reaching root network... Read More »

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Root System of Crimson King Maple Tree?

Prized for its deep purplish red fall foliage, the Crimson King is a variety of Norway maple native to Europe but popular throughout the northern three-quarters of the United States. The tree is to... Read More »

How do I root dogwood trees?

Take CuttingCut a 6-inch section of dogwood stem during the months of April through July from the current year's growth. Place the dogwood stems in a damp paper towel to prevent them from drying ou... Read More »

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 »

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 »