With ornamental value in all seasons, East Tennessee's native flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) is one of the most beautiful small trees in the world.
Tennessee is the number one producer of dogwood trees, and here at Stanley’s we grow a number of disease-resistant tree and bush varieties.
The Dogwood Varieties We Typically Grow and Sell at Stanley's
Variety Color and Appearance Other Information Size
Cornus florida Very large stiff white bracts The third in a series developed 25’ x 25’
'Appalachian Snow' with strikingly large leaves at the University of Tennessee
Cornus florida Best in series; a 100% anthrac- Developed at the University of 20’ x 25’
'Appalachian Spring' nose-resistant dogwood Tennessee
Cornus florida Large red/pink blooms; leaves A vigorous grower 20’ x 30’
'Cherokee Brave' turn from dark red to green
Cornus florida Large white flowers Cold hardy 20’ x 20’
Cornus florida Pink flowers Blooms late spring into summer 20’ x 30’
*NEW Cornus kousa Pink long-lasting bracts Developed at Rutgers University, 23' x 25'
'Rosy Teacups' disease & pest resistant
Cornus kousa Green leaves with white margins; A spreading compact tree 20’ x 10’
'Wolf Eyes' blooms in late spring to summer;
resistant to drought and heat