Cornus kousa 'Aurora'
DescriptionAurora' is a hybrid dogwood (Cornus florida x Cornus kousa) that was developed by Elwin R. Orton, Jr. as part of the Stellar series of dogwoods released by Rutgers University. It is noted for its vigorous habit, large-bracted flowers, profuse bloom and resistance to anthracnose and dogwood borer. It is a small deciduous tree with a dense, upright habit. It has a uniform width from top to bottom, typically maturing to 14-18’ tall and as wide. Flowers bloom in spring.
About Cornus kousa 'Aurora'Common Name: Flowering Dogwood
Sun Requirement: Full sun to partial shade
Growth Rate: Medium 6"-12" per year
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