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The Coral Red Dogwood has stunning bright red bark. This adds great color to your landscape, even in the winter! Bright Red bark shows all through the winter. Make sure to plant it in full so to get the best color. Small cream-white flowers appear in early summer. Tolerates a wide range of soils. Plant in full sun to get the brightest color. Attributes. The Coral Red Dogwood, Cornus alba 'Sibirica', has stunning bright red bark which adds color to the winter garden. It has been given an Award of Garden Merit AM, which is for plants of outstanding excellence.Tolerant of a wide range of soils, it produces the brightest winter bark when planted in full sun. Up to 7 ft. tall and wide 210 cm. Deep red stems in winter Cornus alba 'Sibirica' - stunning bright coral red stems in winter and blue fruits in summer. Foliage turns reddish in fall. Up to 6 ft. tall and wide 180 cm. AGM Award; Cornus alba is a species of dogwood native to eastern and central Asia. Mice, voles and other rodents eat the bark and the berries. Turkeys, pheasants, quail, and grouse eat the fruit & buds. Bears, ducks, and trout also eat the berries along with many songbirds, the primary agents of seed dispersal. Beavers use Red-twig Dogwood for food and to build dams and lodges. The red osier dogwood C. sericea or Cornus stolonifera is a fast-growing deciduous shrub that grows up to 15 feet tall at maturity, but can be kept at 3 to 9 feet in height with pruning. The red dogwood blooms in clusters of small white flowers during May through August and produces tiny berries that attract.

A “Live Stake” is a dormant cutting of red-osier dogwood Cornus serecia, gray dogwood Cornus racemosa, silky dogwood Cornus amomum or native willow Salix sp.. The cutting is 3 feet long and is pushed into the soil or inserted into a predrilled hole 2 feet into the ground in April. Benefits: • Much cheaper than container stock. There are two species of Cornus called red twig dogwoods: Tatarian dogwood C. alba and Redosier dogwood C. sericea. The two species are very similar. Red twig dogwood is one of those plants where more is better. They look fantastic when planted in groups or as an informal hedge. When planting red twig dogwoods, give them plenty of room. This compact selection of Red Twig Dogwood has dark red stems that provide a spectacular show in the winter sunlight. Unlike most Cornus that reach 8 to 10 feet tall, Arctic Fire grows to only half the height. Great in perennial or shrub borders, or used in flower arrangements. Cut vibrant stems for a dynamic addition to holiday arrangements. Red twig dogwood will brighten your winter landscaping with its bright red branches; the shrubs actually can provide year-round interest.Despite bearing spring blossoms, variegated leaves during summer, and berries from summer to fall, clearly, this plant's common name explains the main reason that people grow it: namely, the bush's red twigs, which are brightest from late winter to early spring.

Roughleaf dogwood is an excellent species for use in multi-row field or farmstead windbreaks, wildlife food and cover plantings, landscape and beautification, and dense screen or border planting in recreational development areas. Source: Seed collections were obtained from native stands of roughleaf dogwood plants in Missouri, Iowa, Illinois. Another dogwood with brilliant red fall foliage and bright red winter twigs that look striking against a snowy backdrop. Grows rapidly to 79 feet high; spreads to 12 feet or wider by creeping underground stems and rooting branches. Leaves oval, to 12 inches long, fresh deep green.

Arctic Fire ® Red dogwood has beautiful red stems and a compact habit and is at its in the winter sunlight. This dwarf variety reaches just 3-5' feet rather than the 8-10' of conventional red-twig dogwood. Its smaller size makes this variety a great breakthrough for smaller gardens or residential landscapes. Design Ideas Bring interest to the winter garden with this Dogwood's yellow twigs that stand out against the dark landscape. Plant in a stand or use singly as contrast to neighboring plants. Keep the outstanding stem color by cutting down the stems in early spring to make room for new growth. You can even bring the flaming red stems inside for floral arrangements or as decoration at those festive holiday dinners.or plant one outside a window to enjoy its carefree, spectacular form year-round. Why Fast-Growing- is Better. No matter where you grow it, your Red Twig Dogwood Shrub is ready to explode with rich color.

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