'Appalachian Spring' Flowering Dogwood has white flowers in April and May and nice red fall foliage. 'Appalachian Spring' is resistant to Dogwood Anthracnose! Introduced by the University of Tennessee. Blooms heavily at a young age, but is a slow starter as a young tree. The parent plant was found in the wild in Maryland, where all the surrounding C. floridas were dead of Anthracnose.
USDA Hardiness Zone
Cornus florida Appalachian Spring #7 2-3' (Anth-resist, white)
Cornus florida Appalachian Spring #7 3-4' (Anth-resist, white)
Characteristics & Attributes
Black Walnut Tolerant
Fall Color - Attractive
Food Source for Wildlife
Tree - Ornamental (<30')
Partial Shade/Shade Tolerant
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