Daybreak is a form of the North American dogwood, featuring variegated leaves and white blossom. (In fact the flowers are tiny, it is the surrounding large petal-like "bracts" which resemble the blossom of other flowering trees).
Daybreak is slightly larger than other forms, but like most dogwoods it is fairly slow-growing.
In late summer the tree produces tiny orange-red fruits which are attractive to birds. In autumn the leaves take on red and orange hues.
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Like all North American dogwoods, Daybreak is susceptible to the canker-like fungal infection anthracnose, but this is not usually a problem if it is grown in well-draining soils.