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“Cherokee Pink Dogwood”


Description from Smoky Rose: I got one for my husband a few years back for his birthday. it is still pretty little - maybe 15" tall and lanky, needs the canopy to spread a bit - just starting to open! great colors.


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    Luv2bead - Little Chick says:

    Very pretty pick!

  2. Kitty Chicky Cat
    Kitty Chicky Cat says:

    Sweet and beautiful! i love this color combo! :)

  3. Smoky Rose
    Smoky Rose says:

    Thanks Little Chick and Kitty!

  4. Anita QoG Funny Chick
    Anita QoG Funny Chick says:

    Very pretty!!! Love pinks & browns together!!

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    Mary - Sweet Chick says:

    The china silver leaf and pinks are just dreamy. Chocolate browns and magnesite warm it up beautiflly.

  6. Smoky Rose
    Smoky Rose says:

    for the love of scapolite! I was telling Downy Chick yesterday, day before – I got some of the smaller rounds ’bout month back on BGBM – not sure what to expect, but they were inexpensive enough to try – wow……smokey, warm, rich, goodness – now I want these bigger guys!
    That poor tree – we shopped and shopped and shopped – didn’t just pick it up at the first home depot we passed – I wish it would take off a little better – maybe some acid fert would help, since they’re natually an understory forest tree….

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    D D Mystic Chick says:

    love the pink/brown/white combo + the unexpected Scapolite… nice!

  8. Cathy H Chocolate Chick
    Cathy H Chocolate Chick says:

    Mary, I think you are right about the fertilizer. We had a dogwood (actually a pink one and a white one) but both of them died. :( I think because we live where there used to be a cornfield and the soil was too alkaline. Glad that yours is doing well. I’ve been thinking about that scapolite, too!

  9. Smoky Rose
    Smoky Rose says:

    thanks Cathy – maybe I’ll give that a try, then. She looks fine/ok – I just want her to be a tad happier. They say that American gardeners are inpatiant – we want instant gratification, while the Europeans are willing to wait decades – uh yeah, well…… you know? we should all be so lucky to think we’ll be ’round in decades and decades to enjoy the finished product……

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