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Tyler Arboretum says: "Japanese Cornel Dogwood produces abundant clusters of tiny, radiant yellow flowers from March through April, blooming two weeks earlier than Cornus mas. Reddish-purple, large, cherry-like, edible berries form by September. This dogwood is smaller than the species and puts on a spectacular display in full sun or partial shade. As the plant matures, the exfoliating bark reveals gray, brown, and orange colors on the trunk.
‘Kintoki’ makes a wonderful specimen plant and, given the space, is striking en mass.
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society awarded this plant a Gold Medal for 2012"