Roughleaf Dogwood Details

Roughleaf Dogwood

  • Also Known As: Rough Leaf Dogwood
  • Botanical Name: Cornus drummondii
  • Plant Type: Ornamental Tree
  • Light Requirement: Full Sun, Partial Shade
  • Water Demand: Low
  • Landscape Use: Fragrance, Focal Point/Specimen Plant, Erosion Control, Screen - Physical
  • Ornamental Value: White, Burgundy Fall Color
  • Native/Adapted: Native
  • Wildlife Value: Butterflies , Birds, Mammals
  • Season: Spring
  • Deciduous/Evergreen: Deciduous
  • Plant Form: Bushy, Spreading
  • Plant Spread: 15'
  • Plant Height: 15'


This small, shrubby tree has clusters of white flowers in the spring, followed by white berries and burgundy fall color. Very drought tolerant. Good for wildlife habitats.

Tree Care Guide

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