Kousa Dogwood Tree..Kousa Dogwood Kousa Dogwood has a broader, more rounded shape than a traditional Dogwood, and has the benefit of being more disease resistant. Growing to 20 feet, it blooms pink or white in spring, then turns a beautiful reddish in the fall..
The Kousa Dogwood (Cornus kousa chinesis) is a deciduous tree with a specialized leaf system (bract), that creates a showy white appearance throughout the summer. This tree would look stunning planted in small groupings along your home or as a focal point in your front yard.
Kousa Dogwood bears red fruits in late summer and wonderful reddish-purple autumn foliage. It's typically more disease-resistant than its North American cousin, flowering dogwood. Name: Cornus kousa selections Size: From 10 to 25 feet tall and wide, depending on variety Zones: 5-8 Standout Varieties: 'Milky Way' has more flowers than most; 'Satomi' has pink flowers.
Kousa Dogwood tree, the fruit makes a beautiful jelly filled with flavors of the fall, this tree is really fun to pick fruit from, eat, make jelly or wine with. It’s a real hidden gem that most people don’t know about so I will let you in on my secret.