Swida alternifolia (pagoda, alternate-leaved dogwood)


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Pagoda dogwood starts to bloom in late spring and continues into early summer. Those flowers make way for gorgeous dark berries on red fruit stalks in the fall. Pagoda dogwood has a very attractive shape and bark, making it interesting all year long. It also attracts pollinators, is a host plant, and provides food and shelter to wildlife. It often gets as wide as it does tall making it and excellent screening or hedge plant. Deer/Rabbit resistant.

Swida alternifolia (pagoda, alternate-leaved dogwood)

  • Full Sun to Part Shade
  • Wet to Average Soil
  • 15′-25′ Height, 15′-25′ Width
  • Host Plant
  • Pollinator Plant
  • Supports Wildlife
  • Attracts Birds
  • Deer/Rabbit Resistant
  • White Spring Bloom
  • Summer/Fall Berries
  • Winter Interest
  • Low Maintenance
  • Screening

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An additional handling charge may be applied at pickup. This is dependent on order quantity.

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