‘Galilean’ Dogwood

  • Size

    20-25′ Tall

    15-20′ Wide

  • Light Requirements

    Full sun to partial shade

  • Soil and Moisture Requirements

    Well draining, rich acidic soils

  • Growth Rate

    Moderate (~1’/year)

  • Season of Interest

    Spring and fall

  • Flower Color


  • Fruit

    Red berries

  • Fall Color

    Red to Orange

  • Uses

    The ‘Galilean’ Dogwood is a great small stature addition to add to your landscaping. Its small stature makes it a great option to plant under utility lines. The multi-stem structure of the tree makes it a great option to help block the sun from coming into your windows or to shade a patio. The beautiful, but simple, white flowers can add some interest to your sitting areas in the spring. In early fall the tree will produce smaller red berries that will last into the winter, maintaining ornamental interest into the colder months. This dogwood turns a beautiful red to orange color in the fall as well.