Cornus forida Cherokee Princess
Description: Cherokee Princess has a forest green foliage that emerges burgundy in spring, then turns outstanding brick red in the autumn. Attractive strawberry-like fruits follow the flower bracts which are very popular with birds and animals, making this a good choice if you want to encourage wildlife into your garden.
History: Originally introduced as Cornus florida Sno-White in 1960.
Cornus Growing Tips: Thrives in fertile, humus-rich, neutral to acid soil. Unsuitable for shallow, chalky soils.
Height and Spread (after 10 years): 4m x 4m