Native to woods. Flowering pink dogwood produces very showy, crimson berries in small knobby clusters at the branch tips that ripen in the fall. The leaves turn deep burgundy sometimes flushed with red, and color develops early in the fall, coinciding with fruit ripening to help attract the attention of birds. Blooms in spring with ivory white streaked flowers with maroon or occasional pink. Larger sizes available for pick-up at the farm.