• Pink Kousa Dogwoods perfect for along sidewalks
  • pastel pink flowers of Pink Flowering Kousa Dogwood
  •  red berries of the pink kousa dogwood tree
  • Pink Flowering Kousa Dogwood

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Pink Kousa Dogwood

Cornus kousa var. chinensis 'Miss Satomi'

The Pink Kousa Dogwood is a beautiful, showy small tree that blooms weeks later than our Native Dogwood Trees. The blooms are pink and last for almost a month in the spring before turning to bright red berries that the birds adore.

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Pink Kousa Dogwoods for Sale Online

The Pink Kousa Dogwood is easier to grow than the American flowering dogwood (Cornus Florida) and less prone to diseases like powdery mildew. They grow best in rich garden soils that are moist but well-drained. It is hardy in zones 5 to 9 and it grows in all areas. Deer typically don’t bother kousa dogwoods so there perfect for areas with heavy deer pressure.

Kousa Dogwood Tree Plant GuideHow to Plant Kousa Dogwood Trees


Growzone: 5-9 Pink Kousa Dogwood Hardiness Zone 5-9
Hardiness Zone: 5-9
Mature Height: 20 to 25 feet
Mature Width: 20 to 25 feet
Classification: Broad leaved deciduous tree, flowering tree
Sunlight: Full sun to part shade
Habit: Medium branching
Foliage: Green
Flower Color: Pink
Pruning Season: No pruning needed
Soil Condition: Any well drained soil
Water Requirements: Water well until established
Uses: Tolerates all soil types and full sun

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