ADRIFT IN FLOWERS
When we think of dogwoods, we normally think of the creamy flowers first. Kousa may be the poster child of dogwoods with a large branching canopy, thick branches of bright green foliage, and drifts of white spring flowers. We love the pristine white flowers against the distinctive mottled peeling bark, made even easier to appreciate as the tree matures and grows out horizontally. And how about those strawberry-like fall fruits and interesting foliage?
Yours will do well in full sun to partial shade and moist soil (especially in the first three years after planting).