Cherokee Princess is known for its consistency. It regularly produces abundant flowers early in the season.
Deservedly one of the most popular American Dogwoods,
Cherokee Brave™ offers a bit of extra beauty for every season.
Large red blooms, spring and fall foliage changes, and ornamental berries all contribute to its popularity as an understory or specimen tree in the
- Many gardeners consider this species the aristocrat of smallflowering trees, and this claim is not unjustified.
The handsome 3-to 4-in.-diameter, white flowers open in April and
May, usually before the leaves, and are the envy of every landscape
The Snow White Flowering Dogwood tree, Cornus florida,
'Cherokee Princess', exhibits a early and heavy white flowering habit. It
is an erect growing white flowering dogwood with a straight central
leader that displays four inch flowers.
The fall color of the upper leaf surface of the Cherokee Princess
Flowering Dogwood is dependably red or red-purple, but the lower leaf
surface still retains a silvery hue for a bicolor effect. This deciduous
flowering dogwood tree is an excellent ornamental tree.