Cornus kousa var. chinensis
Common name: Chinese dogwood
Cornus kousa var. chinensis is a tall, flowering dogwood smothered with white star-shaped flowers in late spring and red fruits in autumn. In older trees, the bark has a pleasing patchy appearance. We have two specimens on the south side of the Rhododendron Walk. It is native to China but closely related to the Japanese C. kousa.
Unripe fruit photo from Plant Image Library, Boston, via Wikimedia Commons
Flower photo by Salicyna,, via Wikimedia Commons