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Kousa Dogwood
Cornus kousa

Also known as the Japanese Flowering Dogwood, this tree (8-12 m in height) is native to Asia, but is planted as an ornamental in the eastern United States. In late spring, this dogwood produces flowers with conspicuous, large white bracts. Its large pinkish-red berries are edible and delicious.

Habitat:Planted as an ornamental.
Growth Habit:Deciduous tree, growing to 7.5-9 m tall.
Bloom Time:Late spring.
Presence in US:DC MD MA NY VA
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