When looking for a truly one of a kind dogwood look no further than Wolf Eyes, a super-hardy variegated Kousa Dogwood that will light up those shady spots of your landscape. This rare, choice flowering tree has wavy grey green leaves boldly edged in ivory white - in fact, so much white that from a distance you might think the tree was in full bloom! For a variegated dogwood Wolf Eyes is an unusually heavy bloomer and there will be no mistaking those large, starry spring blooms for leaves. The white bracts (petals) surround a rounded cluster of yellowish-green eyes (actual flowers) that have the appearance of "wolf eyes," hence the name. As with other Cornus kousa varieties, globe-shaped cherry-sized red fruits follow the flowers. The ripened red berries are raspberry-like in appearance. Fall brings yet another color show when the leaves take on shades of pink to mahogany red. A truly spectacular selection that deserves a spot in ever shade garden where it will grow (USDA Zones 5a-8b). Get all the details below!