For reference only. Not currently for sale.
Light: Full to Part Sun
The reddest blooms of any native dogwood.
Photo by Kiefer Nursery
Produces large deep red flowers with bracts to 5″ across or larger, in early spring. The leaves are bronze-green to yellow-green when unfolding and a good dark green in summer. Fall color of the Apache Dogwood is a consistent crimson.
It is a small low-branched tree with horizontally spreading lines, and a layered effect, usually with a flat topped crown and often wider than high at maturity. Apache has a good central leader and may have a more rounded canopy at maturity. (Source: Kiefer Nursery)