Hardiness Zone: 3-7 Height: 3-10 feet; 0.9-3 metres Spread: 6-12 feet; 1.8-3.7 metres Sun: Full to part sun Water: Medium Wildlife: Birds and certain mammals such as deer and squirrels readily feed on the fruit. Bees and butterflies are attracted to the flowers. Bloom Colour: White Culture: Prefers mesic conditions and grows well in sandy, rocky or gravelly soil. Noteworthy Characteristics: Round-leaved dogwood has opposite, nearly round leaves that are pointed at the tips. They have a rougher upper surface and are hairy underneath. The leaves occur along warty branchlets that are yellow-green in colour and are usually marked with reddish-brown. As the stems age, they become purplish. The flowers appear in dense flat-topped clusters and later give way to greenish-white to blue, round fruit.
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