A beautiful and profuse flowering Dogwood tree, the Chief Cherokee dogwood is a source of beauty in any garden. The reddish bronze new leaves soon turn to a vibrant lime green which is a beautiful contrast to the bright red bracts which appear in June. Birds are attracted to the lovely red berries and the tree provides further interest in Autumn when the foliage turns all colours from yellow to deep red. A lovely specimen to treasure in any garden.
Cornus Florida Cherokee Chief Dogwood Tree pink bracts