Chinese Kousa Dogwood
Cornus kousa var. chinensis
Chinese Kousa Dogwood is large, deciduous shrub reaching a height of up to 6 m and a width of up to 5 m. Slow growing. The crown is open. It blooms in late spring, from late May to June. Fruits are edible, pink-red berries sitting on long stalks, and very similar to raspberries. Ripen from September to October.
A full sun lover. It prefers fertile soils, and does not tolerate soil liming and stagnation of water. Frost-hardy.