Cornus kousa 'Pam's Mountain Bouquet'
Here is something quite unique, a Korean dogwood with square flowers! Actually, the white bracts fuse together, making one large, square bract. Unusual and stunning! The tree is one of the larger growing Kousa dogwoods, growing to 25 ft tall and wide in 10-15 years. In fall the strawberry-like fruits attract birds that come and eat them, keeping the ground clean.