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Jessie Keith

(Bloodtwig Dogwood, Midwinter Fire Bloodtwig Dogwood)

Midwinter Fire bloodtwig dogwood is a multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub with upright branches and a spreading, suckering habit. This compact selection is grown for its colorful young stems of red that turn yellow-green as they age. In the early to midsummer it produces many flat clusters of white flowers followed by small, oval, blue-black fruits, which are attractive to birds. In fall, its medium green leaves turn golden yellow.

This shrub grows best in sites with full sun to partial shade and...

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Jesse Saylor

(Bloodtwig Dogwood, Winter Flame Dogwood)

Tri-colored winter twigs of gold, orange and red are the highlight of the exceptional bloodtwig dogwood, 'Winter Flame.' New growth is most brightly colored. Vibrant yellow and orange fall foliage color is an added bonus. This moderately compact cultivar was hybridized by noted Cornus breeder, Andre van Nijnatten of Zundert, Netherlands.

Bloodtwig dogwood is European in origin and develops a spreading, suckering habit. In early summer it produces many flattened, rounded clusters of...

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James H. Schutte

(Redosier Dogwood, Redtwig Dogwood)

Redosier dogwood is a multi-stemmed, large, deciduous shrub with upright branches and a spreading, suckering habit. This hardy North American native is grown for its colorful young stems of light to dark red that turn red-brown as they age. In late spring to early summer it produces many flatted clusters of white flowers followed by small, white, oval fruits that are attractive to birds. In fall, its medium green leaves turn burgundy red.

This shrub grows best in sites with full sun to partial...

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Mark A. Miller

(Redtwig Dogwood)

Redosier dogwood is a multi-stemmed, large, deciduous shrub with upright branches and a spreading, suckering habit. A European native, 'Allemans' is grown for its compact habit and colorful young stems of blood red that turn dark red-green as they age. In the early to midsummer it produces many flatted clusters of white flowers followed by small, oval, white fruits that are attractive to birds.

This shrub grows best in sites with full sun to partial shade and fertile, well drained but moist soil....

(Budd's Yellow Redosier Dogwood, Yellowtwig Dogwood)

A selection of a shrubby, suckering dogwood native to eastern North America, ‘Budd’s Yellow’ is prized for the color of its stems, which brighten the garden when the plant is dormant over the winter. A deciduous shrub, it produces many stems from its base at ground level. Some grow upright, some lean, some trail on the ground and take root, starting a new shrub and producing a thicket in a few years. Some gardeners restrain and shape this dogwood by digging up the rooting stems and cutting back others....

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Jessie Keith

(Cardinal Redosier Dogwood, Redtwig Dogwood)

Cardinal redosier dogwood has some of the best red twig color of any Cornus sericea. This large, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub has upright branches and a spreading, suckering habit. Its young stems are bright cardinal red and darken to a richer red in winter. In late spring to early summer it produces many flatted clusters of white flowers followed by small, white, oval fruits that are attractive to birds. In fall, its medium green leaves turn burgundy red.

This shrub grows best in sites with...

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Jessie Keith

(Yellowtwig Dogwood)

Yellowtwig dogwood is a must for the winter garden. This large, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub originates from North America and has upright branches and a spreading, suckering habit. Its young stems are yellow and age to yellow-green. In late spring to early summer it produces many flatted clusters of white flowers followed by small, white, oval fruits that are attractive to birds. In fall, its medium green leaves turn burgundy red.

This shrub grows best in sites with full sun to partial shade...

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James Burghardt

(Hedgerows Gold Dogwood, Redtwig Dogwood)

Redosier dogwood is a multi-stemmed, large, deciduous shrub with upright branches and a spreading, suckering habit. This hardy North American native is grown for its colorful young stems of light to dark red that turn red-brown as they age. In late spring to early summer it produces many flatted clusters of white flowers followed by small, white, oval fruits that are attractive to birds. In fall, its medium green leaves turn burgundy red.

This shrub grows best in sites with full sun to partial...

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James H. Schutte

(Isanti Redosier Dogwood, Redosier Dogwood)

A selection of a shrubby, suckering dogwood native to eastern North America, ‘Isanti’ is prized for the color of its stems, which glow in the gloom and snow of winter when they are bare. A deciduous shrub, it produces many stems from its base at ground level. Some grow upright, some lean, some trail on the ground and take root, starting a new shrub and producing a thicket in a few years. Some gardeners restrain and shape this dogwood by digging up the rooting stems and suckers. Other gardeners welcome...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Kelsey's Dwarf Redosier Dogwood, Redosier Dogwood)

A selection of a shrubby, suckering dogwood native to eastern North America, ‘Kelseyi’ is prized for its short stature and the color of its new stems, which glow red in the gloom and snow of winter when they are bare. A deciduous shrub, it produces many stems from its base at ground level, producing a thicket that makes a leafy mound. It spreads by stems that root where they touch the ground and by stems that arise from the roots. Some gardeners restrain and shape this dogwood by digging up the rooting...