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CORNUS (BENTHAMIDIA japonica) kousa 'Wolf Eyes'
Common Name: Dogwood, Wolf Eyes Kousa

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Plant Type: Trees
Zone: 5 Foliage: Variegated
Height: 8-10' Fall Foliage: Pink
Width / Spread: 10-15' Flower: White
Habit: Broad Flower Season: Early Summer
Sun Requirements: Partial Fruit: Red
Uses: Woodland Planting
Winter Interest
Border Planting
Tolerance: Attracts Wildlife
Disease Resistant
Deer Resistant

Handsome leaves have white, wavy margins. Does best in partial shade. Abundant star-shaped, creamy white blooms followed by bright red fruits in early fall. With age, multi-colored exfoliating bark develops. Showy pink to red fall color. Very slow growing.

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