Answer: Because of your gardening region, you'll have best success with Cornus alba, the Tatarian Dogwood. It's a deciduous, multitrunked tree, growing to about 10'. In spring it produces small, fragrant, creamy white flowers in 1-2" flattish clusters. As a bonus, the green foliage turns reddish in the fall. 'Siberica' is smaller and not as wide, growing only 7' tall, but developing coral red branches for winter interest.
Q&A Library Searching Tips