The Redstone Dogwood, 'Corunus Mas "Redstone", also known as Redstone Cornelian Cherry Dogwood, can be used either as a small tree with a rounded form or as a large, multi-stemmed shrub. It is smaller and more unique to the dogwood family. It is great for the smaller yard or as an accent plant.
It has dark green foliage that turns reddish purple in fall. The yellow fuzzy flowers appear in early spring before the leaves and are followed by cherry red fruit in July. It is one of the most popular springtime flowering trees and makes a great accent tree in a formal or informal garden setting.
This shrub is one of the first bloomers of the year! The lovely profuse yellow flowers appear in early spring and the oval, cherry red fruit develops in the summer. Redstone Dogwood is a heavy fruit producer that is sought after by wildlife!
This dogwood has good disease resistance and a wider area of adaptation than the species. This Redstone Dogwood has nice winter interest with a display of mottled bark.
Enjoy the leaves of Redstone Dogwood in late summer as they turn different shades of red to burgundy, and berries highlight the leaves! Dogwoods create their own beauty and compliment other trees during the autumn season.
* Outstanding fall color
* Food for wildlife
* Spring flowers
|Family||Cornus Mas 'Redstone'|
|Mature Height||20 - 25 feet|
|Mature Spread||15 - 20 feet|
|Sun Exposure||Full Sun - Partial Sun|
|Fall Color||Reddish Purple|
|Bloom Period||Early Spring|