Native to (or naturalized in) Oregon:
Broadleaf, deciduous tree, to 20 ft tall and 25 ft wide (6 m × 7.6 m) in 20 years, branches low to the ground with upright branches. Leaves opposite, simple, blade about 5-6 cm long, glossy dark green, reddish fall color. Flowers (bracts), white, large, about 15 cm wide; abundant. Fruit, globose, red, ripen in fall.
- Sun to part shade, tolerant to drought, resistant to powdery mildew and anthracnose
- Hardy to USDA Zone 6a Developed at Rutgers University, the parentage is (Cornus kousa ‘Chinensis’ × C. nuttallii ‘Goldspot’) × C. kousa ‘Rosea’. Plant Patent 16,309, 2006
- Corvallis: along the west side of St. Mary's Catholic Church, on 25th St. north of Tyler Ave.