Location: Several are to the right of No. 16 fairway.

Tree information: The alternate leaves give this plant its name.  The layered habit is its most recognizable feature.


Size: 15 to 25’

Growth rate: slow to 25’

Foliage description: Alternate leaves unlike other dogwoods. Dark green leaves with weak purple fall color.  The flowers are yellowish white, fragrant and occur usually in late May and June. The fruit is blue-black persisting into the fall.

USDA hardiness zone: 3 to 7

Provenance: Grown by Carlton Plants in Dayton, OR. Purchased from Birch Creek Garden Company and planted in 1998.