Cornus sericea

Posted on April 9th, by bushnellryan in Zone 2, Zone 3, Zone 4, Zone 5, Zone 6, Zone 7. Comments Off on Cornus sericea

Cornus sericea

Red-Osier Dogwood

Grows 8 to 10 feet with similar spread.  Spreads rapidly by underground shoots. Clusters of white flowers in spring followed by white berries in the fall. Plants have attractive red twigs providing winter interest and browse for wildlife. Berries are good for birds. Sun to partial sun. Moist to wet soil. Tolerates poor drainage. Found along lake, stream and river edges and in wet areas. Good for birds.

Zones 2-7

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