Plant in seed trays about ¼-inch deep in a well-draining seed mix. You can make your own by mixing: 3 parts river sand 1 part pine bark, peat moss or vermiculite Water immediately, then wait for soil to dry out before watering again. Seedlings should appear within a couple weeks.
This great tree will give beautiful blooms during the spring time and will also provide berries that will attract a wide variety of birds. 15 Seeds
Red Flowering Dogwood trees can be as tall as 25 feet and can also spread to 25 feet wide.
They will thrive in full and partial sunlight and is very adaptable to different types of soil conditions. Cornus Floridus is the scientific name for the Red Flowering Dogwood and they do great in hardiness zones 3 to 9.
Red Flowering Dogwood will be beautiful for a lawn or landscape.
Soil Type: Prefers Moist, Acidic Soils Sun: Prefers Full Sun to Partial Sun