Hi ya'l, ... here's our showy dogwood with edible fruits.....Kousa Dogwood (Cornus kousa) A small flowering tree with white or pink late-spring flowers, interesting mottled bark and warty, red-orange, marble-sized fruits in fall. There’s always something going on....Zone: 3 to 11....Attracts: Butterflies,Bee's, Humming birds.... Native from: Japan, Korea, China, Taiwan......The tree is extremely showy when in bloom and fruit is very showy and Edible!!....A stunning flowering tree...... Plant as a specimen or in small groupings on residential property around homes, near patios or in lawns. Also effective in shrub borders, woodland gardens, bird gardens or naturalized areas....Fall foliage is a showy red-pink color..No serious insect or disease problems. This plant has better disease resistance and better cold hardiness than flowering dogwood, and is an excellent alternative to flowering dogwood in areas where dogwood anthracnose is a problem.....The fruit is a globose pink to red compound berry 1-2 in diameter, It is edible, a sweet and delicious addition to the tree's ornamental value.....Disclaimer - The herbal information on this post is intended for educational purposes...... The fruit is sometimes used for making wine ,jam, and jellies.... Fun Facts: The bark of Cornus species is rich in tannin and has been used as a substitute for quinine...... During the American civil war confederate soldiers would make a tea from the bark to treat pain and fevers, and dogwood leaves in a poultice to cover wounds.....traditional Chinese medicine where it is used for weakness, dizziness, pain of the lower back and knees, and to astringe excessive sweating, uterine bleeding, and bladder incontinence......Making a tea out of dogwood has been found beneficial in bringing down high temperatures, and relieving body chills as well.....The flowers of the plant can either be eaten raw or used in the making of syrups,brandy or marmalade..