Cornus Appalachian Mist. Adaptable, but prefers moist, but well draining soil that is rich in organic matter: Beautiful red foliage in the fall;
‘kay's appalachian mist’ is a white flowering dogwood cultivar isolated from a field planting of approximately 980,000 cornus florida seeds in decherd, tenn. The parental lineage of this cultivar is unknown. Form size price order container 3 gallon $12.75 qty.
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Form size price order container 3 gallon $12.75 qty. Cornus florida 'kay's appalachian mist' height: Cornus florida kays appalachian mist dogwood.
Good Resistance To Powdery Mildew.
Cornus florida ‘appalachian mist’ (pp13165) appalachian mist dogwood sku: Adaptable, but prefers moist, but well draining soil that is rich in organic matter: It arguably may be the most beautiful of the native american flowering trees.
Cornus Florida 'Jean's Appalachian Snow' Growth Rate:
Seeds were bulked from collections of wild and landcape trees from tennessee, north carolina, alabama, and georgia. Stiff, creamy white bracts, beautiful red fall foliage. This new dogwood cultivar was discovered in a field planting of approximately 980,000 cornus florida seeds in decherd, tenn.
A Deciduous Flowering Tree Growing 20' High And Wide.
‘kay's appalachian mist’ is a white flowering dogwood which, to the knowledge of the inventors, is superior to any other white flowering dogwood cultivar with respect to powdery mildew resistance. (courtesy of missouri botanical garden plant finder) common name. Cornus florida, the flowering dogwood, is a species of flowering tree in the family cornaceae native to eastern north america and northern mexico.
Cornus Florida 'Appalachian Mist' Distribution:
A new and distinct cultivar of dogwood tree, cornus florida , named ‘jean's appalachian snow’, is provided. This variety is more resistant to powdery mildew than the native. This cultivar is characterized by resistance to powdery mildew which is superior to any other white flowering dogwood.