When Do You Prune Kousa Dogwoods?

Answer Later blooming than the flowering dogwood, the kousa or Chinese dogwood (Cornus kousa) bears its tiny clusters of flowers surrounded by pointed white bracts in late spring to early summer. One of t... Read More »

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Fast Growing Kousa Dogwoods?

Kousa dogwoods (Cornus kousa) are deciduous, ornamental flowering trees with creamy white flowers that contrast with the dark green leaves of the canopy. These attractive trees can grow to 30 feet ... Read More »

How to Prune Kousa Dogwood Trees?

Small and late-flowering kousa dogwoods (Cornus kousa) are slow growers, but the results they produce are worth your efforts to grow them. Their tiny, star-shaped blossoms come later than other dog... Read More »

How do I plant dogwoods?

LocationChoose a location that receives light shade when planting in the South, or full sun to dappled shade when planting in the Northern states. Dogwoods prefer a well-draining, acidic soil, thou... Read More »

Why Does My Kousa Dogwood Not Bloom?

Kousa dogwood, botanical name Cornus kousa, is a small, slow-growing deciduous tree known for the showy, creamy-white blossoms that cover the tree's canopy from late spring through summer. These at... Read More »