The Q&A Archives: Different Color Dogwood Trees

Question: If I plant a White dogwood next to a Cherokee Chief Dogwood will the flower colors start 'mixing' or will the trees stay white and red respectively?

Answer: Yours is an interesting question. Fact is, a white dogwood will retain its white flowers and the Cherokee Chief will retain its red flowers, no matter how close together they're planted. Each cultivar will retain its own characteristics.

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