In the late 20th century a disease struck Cornus florida both in culivation and in the wild causing the death of millions of trees in North American. Breeding efforts by Dr. Elwin Orton of Rutgers University resulted in the Rutgers Stellar Series dogwoods considered highly resistant to dogwood borer and moderately to highly resistant to dogwood. Cornus × rutgersensis Stellar Pink = 'Rutgan' (Stellar Series) RHS Plants for Pollinators plants This plant will provide nectar and pollen for bees and the many other types of pollinating insects Hybrid flowering dogwood 'Stellar Pink', Cornus x rutgersensis 'Rutgan', Cornus 'Stellar Pink' Genus. Cornus Cornus. Variety or Cultivar 'Stellar Pink' _ 'Stellar Pink' is a vigorous, compact, upright, deciduous tree with oval to elliptic, dark green leaves turning reddish-purple in autumn and, in mid- to late spring, clusters of tiny, yellow.
Stellar Pink® je nádherným zástupcem z řady kříženců mezi dříny květnatými cornus florida a japonskými cornus kousa.Zasloužil se o ně Elwin R.Orton, Jr. z univerzity Rutgers ve státě New Jersey, USA. Hlavním důvodem byla zřejmě rozsáhlá epidemie antraknózy v severní Americe, která ničila jak divoce rostoucí kusy, tak exempláře v zahradách Find help & information on Cornus × rutgersensis Stellar Pink = 'Rutgan' (Stellar Series) from the RH
The soft pink bracts slightly overlap and appear in the spring, about the same time as C. Aurora. The intensity of the pink can vary from season to season with the growing conditions. It is a hybrid of C. florida and C. kousa. The foliage is disease resistant and turns a bright red in the fall. One of the Stellar® series from Rutgers Stardust® (Cornus x rutgersensis 'Rutfan') has white floral bracts. This is vigorous cultivar with a low-branching habit, branching low to the ground. Shows good resistance to powdery mildew and dogwood anthracnose. Stellar Pink® (Cornus x rutgersensis 'Rutgan') has pink floral bracts. This is a vigorous cultivar with an erect habit Stellar Pink Dogwood (Cornus x Rutgan) was developed at Rutgers University (more about that later). What strikes me most are the delicately colored flowers of the softest pink and white. It is a hybrid between our native flowering dogwood (Cornus florida) and the Japanese dogwood (Cornus kousa) An outstanding selection known for it vigorous upright growth. Flowers bracts are light pink with variable dark pink streaks. Good resistance to powdery mildew and anthracnose. Originated from the breeding program at Rutger's University in New Jersey Stellar Pink® is a cross between cornus kousa and cornus florida Sweetwater. The flowers are in fact bracts. There are 4 wide bracts, composed around a small flower head, 10 cm across. It is very floriferous once it reaches good flowering age. It flowers from its 3rd year and profusely from about its 5th year
Big-bracted dogwoods (Cornus sp.) are well-known plants in North America and eastern Asia where they occur as wild, generally spring-flowering understory trees. They are also popular ornamental landscape plants, and many economically important cultivars. C. florida x C. kousa. Large, vigorous shrub. Soft pink, rounded and overlapping bracts. Flws: May-Jun. Ht 10-12ft. Leaves often colour richly in autumn, best colour on acid soil. Not suitable for shallow chalk soils
Scientific Name: Cornus kousa x Rutgan 'Stellar Pink' Best Soil: Moist, well drained soil Light: Full sun to partial shade Growth Rate: Vigorous Foliage: Deciduous; green Bloom: Pink bracts with green centers bloom in early spring Fall Color: Purple red Mature Size and Shape: Grows to 25 feet tall and wide in a pyramidal shape Pruning: Pruning only as necessary to remove damaged branche Cornus × rutgersensis Celestial® they emerge white with a hint of green and mature to pink before falling. The remaining small, sphere-like fruit is sterile. Sun to part shade. Best in well-drained, acid soils with sufficient organic matter.. STELLAR PINK is a hybrid dogwood (Cornus florida x Cornus kousa) that was developed by Elwin R. Orton, Jr. as part of the Stellar series of dogwoods released by Rutgers University. It is noted for its vigorous habit, large-bracted flowers, profuse bloom and resistance to anthracnose and dogwood borer Stellar Pink Dogwood is a charming multi-season tree that will dress up your entryway garden, patio area, or any of the beds around your home that could use a little sparkle. This dependable hybrid Dogwood tree will delight you with an abundance of starry pink flowers in late spring. In summer, the disease-resistant foliage stays clean and healthy-looking, and in fall, the leaves turn garnet. . Jsou celkem 4, široce oválné se špičkou, která se po několika dnech otáčí směrem dolů. Květ je napříč 10 cm široký a má velmi jemný růžový odstín. Kvete přibližně od 3.roku věku
Cornus 'Stellar Pink' (Stellar Group-Rutgersensis) Discussion in 'Cornus (dogwoods)' started by arnaut, May 25, 2007. arnaut Active Member. Messages: 65 Likes Received: 0 Location: Alphen a.d. Rijn, The Netherlands. Cornus 'Stellar Pink' Attached Files: Cornus 'Stellar Pink'(Rutgan).jpg File size: 162.1 KB Views: 515. arnaut, May 25, 2007 #1. Most gardeners and horticulturist will recognize the pink-bracted cultivar Stellar Pink, the most successful Cornus × rutgersensis hybrid. The crosses made by Dr. Orton were the world's first.
Big-bracted dogwoods (Cornus sp.) are well-known plants in North America and eastern Asia where they occur as wild, generally spring-flowering understory trees. They are also popular ornamental landscape plants, and many economically important cultivars are propagated and sold across North America, Europe, and Asia. Starting in the late 1960s, Elwin Orton of Rutgers University in New Jersey. Illustration of Cornus × rutgersensis Cornus 'Rutgan', PP7207, Stellar Pink®. A-B Branch, showing expanding leaf and opening of floral bract tissues in the spring B Close up of.
Cornus x rutgersensis 'Stellar Pink' Stellar Pink Dogwood A deciduous tree with a vigorous, upright growth habit. True flowers are tiny and surrounded by rosy pink petal-like bracts. Oval, green leaves turn bright orange and red in fall. Does not produce fruit. A hybrid of C. florida x C. kousa. USDA zones: 5 - 8 Sunset zones: 3 - 9, 14 - 17 Mature size: 20 feet high and wide Li The hybrid species Cornus × rutgersensis was created by the hand-crossing of an Asian species, the Kousa dogwood, with the common Florida dogwood. Most gardeners and horticulturists will recognize the pink-bracted cultivar Stellar Pink, the most successful Cornus × rutgersensis hybrid. The crosses made by Orton were the world's first-known. 21701 Lawson Road, Little Rock, Arkansas 72210. 1-501-821-4770. 'Stellar Pink' Dogwood Cornus x 'Rutgan' Profuse, large, overlapping, blush pink, flower-like bracts cover this small but vigorous tree in early spring. The fully branched habit provides layers of lush green foliage from bottom to top. A magnificent landscape specimen for small gardens or woodland settings. A sterile cultivar that produces. Dereń 'Rutgan' Stellar Pink. Cornus 'Rutgan' Stellar Pink. Stellar Pink' jest hybrydą Cornus florida x Cornus kousa. Zakwita już w 3 roku od posadzenia. Kwitnie obficie od końca maja do czerwca delikatnie różowymi kwiatkami. Dorasta do 5m wysokości
Stellar Pink flowering Dogwood tree is a Rutgers hybrid that has proved resistance to dogwood borer and anthracnose. Call (410) 755-6600 Availabilities. Call (410) 755-6600. About. FAQs Nursery Policies Planting Guide Directions Loading Information. All Products Cornus x rutgan 'Stellar Pink'. Stellar Pink (Scientific name: Cornus x 'Rutgan') is a breed of flower color (actually bract color) is a peach color variety, crossing a thin pink 'Flowering dogwood' and a white 'Cornus kousat'. Flowers (bracts) which blurred pale pink color to white ground will bloom in spring to summer, and autumn leaves in autumn Posted by DaylilySLP (Dearborn Hts, MI - Zone 6b) on Feb 11, 2018 8:26 PM. Hybridized by Orton (released by Rutgers University, NJ) 1990 (PP7207) hybrid dogwood (Cornus florida x Cornus kousa) developed by Elwin R. Orton, Jr. as part of the Stellar series of dogwoods
Cornus rutgersensis. Species. Scientific Name: Cornus L. (Cornaceae) x rutgersensis. Related Plants. Variegated Stellar Pink ™ 'Celestial Shadow' Aurora ® Celestial ™ Constellation ™ Hyperion ® Ruth Ellen ® Stardust ® Stellar Pink ®. View picture of Cornus, Flowering Dogwood 'Stellar Pink' (Cornus x rutgersensis) at Dave's Garden. All pictures are contributed by our community Cornus STELLAR PINK Rutgan (Stellar Series) Show reviews. Part of the Cornus Stellar series. Marginally upright habit and a strong vigorous grower. Produces a heavy display of blush pink flowers with green clean disease resitant foliage. Bloom after florida varieties but before kousa varieties close this panel. Activités; Idée cadeau; Historique & Mérites; Dans la presse; Cornus rutgersensis 'Stellar Pink' (C. ' Rutgan' close this panel. Activiteiten; Cadeautip; Historiek en Bekroningen; Pers; Cornus rutgersensis 'Stellar Pink' (C. ' Rutgan'
Cornus stolonifera 'Farrow' PP18523 Proven Winners® Color Choice® Arctic Fire® Cornus x ('Rutban') Aurora® Cornus x ('Rutgan') Stellar Pink®. In the late 20th century a disease struck Cornus florida both in cultivation and in the wild causing the death of millions of trees in North American. Breeding efforts by Dr. Elwin Orton of Rutgers University resulted in the Rutgers Stellar Series dogwoods considered highly resistant to dogwood borer and moderately to highly resistant to. Stellar Pink® Dogwood Cornus × 'Rutgan' Height: 20' | Spread: 20' | Zone: 6 Large and slightly overlapping flower bracts are tinted a delicate shade of soft pink, a little lighter in color than C. floridarubra. Flowering date of the Rutgers series is intermediate between the C. kousa and C. florida parents If you plant kousa dogwood as a fruit source for birds, steer away from the Stellar series, such as Stellar Pink (Cornus Rutgan Stellar Pink), which is a hybrid cross between flowering dogwood and kousa dogwood. Hardy in USDA zones 5 through 9, Stellar Pink is a sterile tree that doesn't bear flowers and cannot produce fruits Cornus x Rutgersensis Celestial and many other plants like it are available at Art's Nursery. Stellar Pink Dogwood Cornus x rutgan 'Stellar Pink' 10G POT. $180.00. Sold InStore Only. Art's Nursery Ltd. 8940 192nd Street, Surrey, BC, Canada, V4N 3W8 Tel: (604) 882-1201 Fax: (604) 882-596
, half-open crown, capricious growing Corteza y ramas brown, grey hoja green Color otoñal espectacular red, purple Flores cream-white, pink, flowers in May Frutos fruitless cultivar Espinas/púas non Cornus X 'Rutgan' Stellar Pink® Stellar Pink® Dogwood SKU: fcc7f960dc4a Categories: Botanical Name , Common Name , Container Trees & Shrubs , Cornus , Dogwood , Planting Zone , Zone Nov 14, 2013 - CORNUS X RUTGERSENSIS 'STELLAR PINK' STELLAR PINK DOGWOOD A deciduous tree with a vigorous, upright growth habit. True flowers are tiny and surrounded by rosy pink petal-like bracts. Oval, green leaves turn bright orange and red in fall. Does not produce fruit. A hybrid of C. florida x C. kousa. USDA zones: 5 - 8 Sunset zones: 3 - 9, 14 - 17 Mature size: 20 feet high and wide Li