Multiple elevation drawings of a Dogwood Tree illustrated in detail and in silhouette profiles

The Dogwood Tree, Cornus florida, is a deciduous tree, easily distinguished by its showy white blossoms, berries, and distinguishable bark. The Dogwood Tree has untoothed leaves with veins and grows in a rounded shape. There are between 30 to 60 different species of Dogwood Trees.

Most Dogwood Tree Species are native to boreal Eurasia, North America with various native species particularly found in China, Japan, and the southeastern United States, preferring moist soils. Dogwood Trees have an average lifespan of 80 years, but are vulnerable to fungus. The fruits, drupes, produced by the Dogwood Tree are eaten by migrating birds, deer, chipmunks, and black bears.

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Height: 25’-40’ | 7.6-12.2 m
Width (Canopy): 20’-30’ | 6.1-9.1 m
Leaf Shape: Oval
Leaves (Length): 3.0”-6.0” | 7.6-15.2 cm
Color: Green slightly pale below
Scientific Name: Cornus Florida

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Dogwood Tree elevation (detail), elevation (outline)

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Deciduous Trees are a type of tree that seasonally sheds their leaves for part of the year—typically in the autumn. As a natural occurring process for conserving water during winter or drought seasons, deciduous trees will often display bright autumn colors as they prepare for shedding their leaves.

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