How Big Does a Satomi Dogwood Get?


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The satomi dogwood grows 12 to 20 feet high and wide. It is a tree with showy pink flowers and good fall color. Blooms flower May to June and then produce showy and edible berries.

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How Big Does a Satomi Dogwood Get?
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The satomi dogwood is also known as Cornus kousa 'Satomi' or kousa dogwood, and is a flowering, deer-tolerant tree. It grows well in U.S. Department of Agriculture hardiness zones 5 to 8. Plant a satomi dogwood in full sun to partial shade in rich, well-drained soils. The satomi dogwood is a low-maintenance plant with medium watering needs. It has few pest or disease problems, but may get leaf scorch in full sun.

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