I am selling 1 Kousa Dogwood Tree. It is 12" in height and rooted in 4" containers. A native of Korea and Japan, the kousa dogwood makes an excellent landscape tree and offers a long season. Beginning in mid summer, white bracts in sets of four(sometimes with pink tinges) surround tiny green flowers. These are followed by reddish fruit that resembles raspberries and attracts birds. Autumn color is a deep reddish purple. This tree has good cold hardiness. Grow as a specimen plant or in a woodland setting. It can be grown as a tree or large, multi-stemmed shrub. Size-15-30' in height by 10-15' in spread at maturity. Rate-moderate. Blooms in early summer, green flower, turning to white. Used in beds and borders, specimen plant/focal point. Planting instructions included with purchase. Tenn. Dept. of Agriculture #14698
*This plant does not ship to California, Oregon, Arizona, Washington and Florida.