This is another one of dogwoods released by Rutgers University. resulting from a cross of Cornus florida and Cornus kousa.
It is noted for its vigorous habit, profuse blooms.
It is a stunning sight with the clusters of white flowers racts held on top the branches in late spring.
It may produce magnificent crimson berries from early to mid autumn.
It has green foliage in spring and summer.
These pointy leaves turn an outstanding plum purple in the autumn.
Like all Dogwood it need protection from hot sun and winds,
Can grow more than 5 metres.