Dogwood Tree Varieties

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Photo: Scarlet Fire Registered.

Scarlet Fire®
Cornus kousa 'Rutpink'

Photo: Rosy Teacups.

Rosy Teacups®
Cornus kousa x
C. nutallii

Photo: Variegated Stellar Pink Dogwood Tree.

Variegated Stellar Pink®
Cornus x 'Rutgan'

Jersey Star® Series

Photo: Venus Dogwood Tree.

Cornus x 'KN30-8'

Photo: Starlight Dogwood Tree.

Cornus x 'KN4-43'

Stellar® Series

Note: Stellar® Series U.S. plant patents have expired.
All trademarks are registered and continue in force.

Photo: Aurora™ Dogwood Tree.

Cornus x 'Rutban'

Photo: Constellation™ Dogwood Tree.

Cornus x 'Rutcan'

Photo: Stellar Pink Dogwood Tree.

Stellar Pink®
Cornus x 'Rutgan'

Photo: Celestial Dogwood Tree.

Cornus x 'Rutdan' 

Photo: Ruth Ellen Dogwood Tree.

Ruth Ellen™
Cornus x 'Rutlan'

Photo: Stardust Dogwood Tree.

Cornus x 'Rutfan' 


Photo: Red Beauty Dogwood Tree.

Red Beauty®
Cornus Florida

Photo: Red Pygmy Dogwood Tree.

Red Pygmy® Cornus florida 'Rutnut'

Photo: Hyperion Dogwood Tree.

Cornus kousa x
C. florida

Photo: Saturn™ Dogwood Tree.

Cornus kousa x
C. florida

(Some photos courtesy of Eberts GbR Nursery and Wayside Gardens.)

Like many flowering plant parts, dogwood floral bracts may show variations in bract shape, color, and other features such as edge and tip coloration during their growth. Young leaves may be more pointy or narrower than mature bracts, for example. Additionally, external factors such as sun, shade, soil (acidity) and weather may affect the bract features. Strong sun and high temperatures may 'bleach' colored tracts of many varieties, some more than others. In some instances, white bracts turn pinkish before dying, or if the weather turns cold. Some pink bracts may appear white in some seasons. Additionally, the famous Fall leaf colorations may vary greatly in different environments and in different years.