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Pagoda dogwood (Cornus alternifolia) --- a native shrubby tree with wonderful horizontal branches, fine fall color, and berries that attract birds.

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pagoda dogwood tree | Pagoda Dogwood Form- recommended by landscaper normally grows 10--20't high and 12x20' wide**planted a bareroot tree East of house in spring 2013 and a potted one in fall 2013**

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1. Yew 2. Golden Shadows Pagoda Dogwood 3. May Apple, Podophyllum peltatum which is a native plant. 4. Solomon Seal, Polygonatum 5. 'Butterfly' Japanese Maple 6. Astilbe 7. Astilbe 8. Astilbe

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Hosta Touch of Class- shade & part shade. zone 8. remains brilliant looking throughout the season - even in the fall. lavender blooms in 24" stalks later in the season. good in zone 8 & drought resistant

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In Dallas, We had the most beautiful pink dogwood in our yard...every spring, it would put on quite a show!!

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