Flowering dogwood is a small tree native to southern Ontario that grows up to 10m in height. The leaves are ovate and turn a rich red brown in the fall season. The fruit produced by this tree contains 2-10 seeds. This tree enjoys forest edges and dry ridge habitats as its ideal location. Although the individual flowers are small and clustered in the middle, the large white bracts around the flower give the tree its name and attractive aesthetic quality.
Germination: Soak in water for 24 hours, cold stratify for 90-120 days. Sow 1-2cm deep in soil medium and wait for seedlings to emerge.
Packet contains 25+ seeds