Tree gift, tree memorial, planting a tree in memory
The next time you have a memory to honor, a milestone to mark, or an event to commemorate, consider a tree gift box, selected by Oprah as one of her favorite gifts. A living tree is a perfect choice for so many occasions including memorials, anniversaries, births, weddings, birthdays, housewarmings and holidays! The Chinese 'Kousa' Dogwood (Cornus Kousa 'Chinensis') is among the hardiest of the flowering dogwoods available. Covered with 3" to 5" white blossoms in late spring. Lustrous, medium green leaves cover the delicate limb structure the multi-stemmed shrub, or with training, small tree to 20 feet. In late summer, raspberry-like red fruit hangs from the branches. Growth per year: 6-10 inches. Height: up to 25 feet. Spread: 20-30 feet. NOTE: This tree will NOT have leaves from October through March. You may want to consider an Evergreen tree for better presentation during this time period. This tree grows in Planting Zones 5-8
. Your gift tree package includes a 2-3 year old tree sapling (8"-14" in height) in a container that is approximately 3" x 5.5", wrapped in decorative recyclable packaging. Also, a 4"x 6" gift booklet with your personalized message and complete care instructions. Grown in USA. SKU: NG-ChineseDogwood
Please note: gift tree boxes are shipped via USPS Priority Mail, with estimated delivery within 2-3 business days. Orders received before 10AM CST typically ship the same business day. NOTE: CHINESE DOGWOOD CURRENTLY CANNOT BE SHIPPED TO THE STATE OF FLORIDA
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IMPORTANT NURSERY NOTES AS OF 10/20/2015: Fall has arrived in Oregon! You should know that all trees with leaves, as well as the roses, are preparing for dormancy. This means that the leaves are getting tired, and have dropped/or will soon drop. All conifer trees (trees with needles) look great, year round! If appearance is important on arrival, this time of year our nursery suggests one of our conifers.".