Information About Dogwood

Flowering dogwood trees are beautiful additions to nearly any landscape. Though dogwood trees are normally easy to care for, they do have their problems on occasion. Many of these issues can be averted, however, with appropriate dogwood care. Learning how to grow dogwood trees in the landscape is simple when using the following dogwood growing tips.

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Rejuvenation Pruning Red Twig Dogwood

By Laura Walters

Red twig dogwood provides beautiful winter color, but it can quickly get out of control. Read on to learn how to prune red twig dogwoods.

Rejuvenating Red Twig Dogwoods: How To Prune Dogwoods

By Teo Spengler

Pruning a red twig dogwood can help keep those branches red. If you are wondering how to prune red twig dogwood trees, just keep reading!

Winter Dogwood Varieties: What Are Good Standout Dogwoods In Snow

By Teo Spengler

Colorful dogwoods can light up your backyard in winter with their vibrant stem color. Click here for some standout winter dogwood varieties.

Dogwood Shrub Varieties – Growing Shrub-Like Dogwoods

By Teo Spengler

Is there a dogwood shrub? Shrub-like dogwoods do exist and work well in smaller gardens. Click here for more information.

Tatarian Dogwood Care: How To Grow A Tatarian Dogwood Bush

By Teo Spengler

The Tatarian dogwood is an extremely hardy shrub known for its colorful winter bark. It is rarely planted as a solo specimen but is used as a border, mass, screen, or hedge plant in landscapes. If you are interested in growing Tatarian dogwoods, click here.

Dwarf Cornel Care: Tips For Growing Dwarf Cornel Plants

By Teo Spengler

Dwarf cornel plants are small, spreading dogwood shrubs that are truly ornamental. Despite their small size, dwarf cornel shrubs can make your garden lovely all summer long with their flowers and berries. Click this article for more information.

Dogwood Seed Germination – Growing A Dogwood Tree From Seed

By Teo Spengler

Flowering dogwoods (Cornus florida) are easy-going ornamentals if sited and planted properly. Growing a dogwood tree from seed means propagation like Mother Nature does it. Click here for tips for how to plant dogwood seeds.

Pagoda Dogwood Information: Growing Golden Shadows Dogwood Trees

By Teo Spengler

If you love pagoda dogwood, you'll love pagoda Golden Shadows dogwood, a bright, graceful cultivar with characteristic horizontal branching. It lights up the shady corners of your garden with its glowing variegated leaves and frothy summer blossoms. Learn more here.

Evergreen Dogwood Care – Learn How To Grow Evergreen Dogwood Trees

By Liz Baessler

Evergreen dogwoods are beautiful, tall trees grown for their fragrant flowers and remarkable fruit. Learn more Cornus capitata information, including tips on evergreen dogwood care and how to grow an evergreen dogwood tree in this article.

Growing Dogwoods In Pots – How To Grow Dogwoods In A Container

By Liz Baessler

Dogwoods are beautiful trees with striking spring flowers and are commonly seen in the landscape. But have you ever wondered, "Can I grow dogwood in a container?". Click here to learn more about caring for potted dogwood trees.

Pagoda Dogwood Care: Learn About Growing Pagoda Dogwood Trees

By Teo Spengler

The branches of pagoda dogwood are dense and layered, and the tree gets its common names from this branch structure. For more pagoda dogwood information, including tips for pagoda dogwood care, click on the following article.

Crown Canker Of Dogwood: Dogwood Tree Bark Problems And Symptoms

By Teo Spengler

Crown canker is a fungal disease that attacks flowering dogwood trees. The disease, also known as collar rot, can kill the trees leave them vulnerable to lethal attack by other pathogens. For more information on crown canker on dogwood trees, click here.

Cornelian Cherry Cultivation – How To Grow Cornelian Cherry Trees

By Amy Grant

You may not be familiar with cornelian cherry cultivation and wonder what the heck is a cornelian cherry plant? Find out how to grow cornelian cherry trees, uses for cornelian cherries, and other interesting facts about the plant in this article.

Silky Dogwood Information: Growing Silky Dogwood Shrubs

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Also known a swamp dogwood, silky dogwood is a mid-size shrub. In the home landscape, silky dogwood bushes work well in moist, naturalized areas. Click on this article for additional silky dogwood information.

Dogwood Anthracnose – Information About Dogwood Blight Control

By Kristi Waterworth

It's never good news when a tree gets sick, especially when it's your stately dogwood tree. Find out about dogwood tree blight and what you can do to help your plant through this rough time using the information in this article.

Treating Sick Dogwood Trees: Reasons For A Dogwood Tree With Yellow Leaves

By Teo Spengler

If you see your dogwood tree leaves turning yellow during the growing season, the tree is likely suffering from a pest, disease or deficiency. Click on this article to find out why your dogwood has yellow leaves and what can be done about it.

Dogwood Leaf Drop: Reasons Why Leaves Are Falling Off Dogwood

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

There are any number of diseases and pests that can stress your dogwood and cause dogwood leaf drop. This article will examine proper cultivation and conditions for the trees and see what can be done about treating a diseased dogwood.

Gray Dogwood Care – Learn About The Gray Dogwood Shrub

By Jackie Carroll

The gray dogwood isn't a tidy or attractive plant that you would want to plant in a well-groomed garden, but if you are planting a wildlife area or want a shrub for difficult conditions, it may be just what you need. Read on for information about this humble shrub.

Fertilizer For Dogwoods: How And When To Feed Dogwood Trees

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

In order to keep dogwoods at their peak, it is a good idea to apply fertilizer. But do you know when or how to fertilize dogwoods? Timing and know-how are the keys to success in everything. Read here for information to keep your dogwood looking its best.

Dogwood Bark Peeling Off: Fixing Tree Bark Flaking On Dogwood Trees

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Dogwoods are native and ornamental trees with dazzling fall displays as the leaves change color. Peeling bark on dogwoods may be the result of serious disease or it could be a natural condition in some species. This article explains more.

Common Dogwood Problems: Pests And Diseases Of Dogwood Trees

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Dogwood is a popular ornamental tree with its flowering bracts, elegant foliage, and bright red fruits. These plants are relatively hardy but they do have their Achilles' heels. This article covers some of the most common dogwood problems.

Wedding Cake Dogwood: Information For Growing A Giant Dogwood Tree

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

The giant dogwood has such an appealing appearance that it's also known as wedding cake tree. This is due to its tiered branch structure and elegantly variegated white and green leaves. Learn more about this dogwood in this article.

Dogwood Tree Transplanting: How And When To Move A Dogwood

By Bonnie L. Grant, Certified Urban Agriculturist

Flowering dogwoods are often planted in improper locations and require transplanting. Can dogwood trees be transplanted? They certainly can but follow a few tips from this article on how and when to move a dogwood tree.

Starting Dogwoods From Cuttings: When To Take Cuttings Of Dogwood

By Jackie Carroll

Propagating dogwood cuttings is easy and inexpensive. For the home gardener, the easiest and fastest method of dogwood tree propagation is taking softwood cuttings. Find out how to grow dogwood cuttings in this article.

Dogwood Tree Types: Common Varieties Of Dogwood Trees

By Jackie Carroll

Dogwoods are among the most beautiful trees found in American landscapes, but not all types are suitable for the garden. Find out about the different kinds of dogwood trees in this article so you can choose the best one for your landscape.

Red Twig Dogwood Care: Tips For Growing A Red Twig Dogwood

By Jackie Carroll

Growing a red twig dogwood is a great way to add spectacular color to the winter garden. Learn how to grow these spectacular plants in this article. Click here for more information.

Kousa Dogwood Care: Tips For Growing Kousa Dogwood Trees

By Anne Baley

When looking for an attractive specimen tree for their landscaping design, many homeowners go no further when they come upon the Kousa dogwood. Read here to get tips for growing Kousa dogwood trees.

Trimming Dogwood Trees: Tips On How To Prune A Flowering Dogwood Tree

By Jackie Carroll

Since they grow only 15 to 30 feet tall, there is room for a dogwood tree in almost any landscape. They seldom need pruning, but when the need does arise, correct dogwood tree pruning is important. Learn more here.

Flowering Dogwood Problems: Why Is My Dogwood Dripping Water Or Sap

By Susan Patterson, Master Gardener

Flowering dogwood trees are a beautiful addition but it is, unfortunately, susceptible to problems. A common sign that your tree may be in trouble is when you notice tree leaves dripping. Click here for more.

How To Treat For Dogwood Borer

By Heather Rhoades

Though dogwood trees are, for the most part, an easy to care for landscaping tree, they do have some pests. One of these pests is the dogwood borer. Read this article for tips on dogwood borer control.

What Causes A Dogwood To Not Blossom?

By Heather Rhoades

Dogwood trees are often planted for the lovely spring flowers, but it can be frustrating when your dogwood tree is not blooming. Read here to learn why would a dogwood tree not bloom.

Tips For Caring For Dogwood Trees

By Nikki Tilley, Author of The Bulb-o-licious Garden

Flowering dogwoods are deciduous trees that can add year-round beauty to the landscape. Take a look at how to grow dogwood trees in the article that follows and you, too, can enjoy their charming attributes.

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