Chinese DogwoodCornus kousa Chinensis
Chinese dogwood (Cornus kousa Chinensis) produces a profusion of large white flower bracts in May and June that slowly change to a pinkish hue as they mature.
The foliage turns vivid orange and red in autumn, when small edible pink fruits are also produced.
Cornus kousa var. chinensis prefers to be planted in a sunny position avoiding poor or shallow soils, but will still do well in partial shade and has an estimated height and spread of just 3 x 3 metres.