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A strong weeping Kousa dogwood was selected by Robert Lipka and named for his daughter, Kristin. Late spring flowers are white and attract butterflies and the green foliage surrounded by a creamy white margin turns a nice scarlet as the weather cools in the fall. Deer resistant and an excellent choice for patios, mixed borders, or even the woodland garden.
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Best grown in full sun to part shade with average to rich, well-drained soils.