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Mark A. Miller

(Hessei Dogwood, Tatarian Dogwood)

Tatarian dogwood is broad, bushy shrub with upright to arching branches. This native of northern China, Siberia and Korea is very hardy in the northern part of its range but may suffer from leaf scorch in its southernmost range if planted in full sun. A slower-growing, dwarf form,'Hessei's most ornamental characteristic is its bright yellow stems that stand out in the winter landscape. In the summer, flattened cymes of creamy white flowers appear followed by small, white to bluish berry-like fruits....

(Prairie Fire Dogwood, Tatarian Dogwood)

Prairie fire tatarian dogwood is broad, bushy shrub with upright to arching branches and bright yellow leaves that turn fiery red in autumn. This native of northern China, Siberia and Korea is very hardy in the northern part of its range but may suffer from leaf scorch in its southernmost range if planted in full sun. Its most ornamental characteristic is its red-green stems that turn blood red in winter. In the summer, flattened cymes of yellow-green flowers appear followed by small, white to blue,...

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Mark A. Miller

(Red Gnome™ Tatarian Dogwood, Tatarian Dogwood)

Tatarian dogwood is broad, bushy shrub with upright to arching branches. This native of northern China, Siberia and Korea is very hardy in the northern part of its range but may suffer from leaf scorch in its southernmost range if planted in full sun. Its most ornamental characteristic is its red-green stems that turn blood red in winter. In the summer, flattened cymes of yellow-green flowers appear followed by small, white to blue, berry-like fruits. Top pruning or shearing is not recommended as...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Tatarian Dogwood, Variegated Siberian Dogwood)

This more compact form of variegated Tatarian dogwood is a bushy, rounded, suckering shrub suitable for smaller gardens. A native of northern China, Siberia and Korea it is very hardy in the northern part of its range but may suffer from leaf scorch in its southernmost range, if planted in full sun. Its most ornamental characteristics are its variegated green and white foliage that develops a pinkish tinge in fall and red-green stems that turn dark red in winter. In the summer, flattened cymes of...

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Jesse Saylor

(Siberian Dogwood, Tatarian Dogwood)

A selection of Tatarian dogwood, which is native from northern Russia to Korea, ‘Sibirica’ is prized for its variegated leaves, the strong red color of its stems and branches in winter, and its year-round toughness. It is a multi-stemmed, spreading deciduous shrub with clusters of small white flowers in spring followed by clusters of small white fruits, often tinged blue. It has gray-green tapered leaves with pale margins until autumn, when the leaves turn red or orange. Though this northern species...

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Jesse Saylor

(Spaeth's Twig Dogwood, Tatarian Dogwood)

Tatarian dogwood is broad, bushy shrub with upright to arching branches. This native of northern China, Siberia and Korea is very hardy in the northern part of its range but may suffer from leaf scorch in its southernmost range if planted in full sun. Its most ornamental characteristic is its red-green stems that turn blood red in winter. In the summer, flattened cymes of yellow-green flowers appear followed by small, white to blue, berry-like fruits. Top pruning or shearing is not recommended as...

(Tatarian Dogwood)

Tatarian dogwood is broad, bushy shrub with upright to arching branches. This native of northern China, Siberia and Korea is very hardy in the northern part of its range but may suffer from leaf scorch in its southernmost range if planted in full sun. Its most ornamental characteristic is its red-green stems that turn blood red in winter. In the summer, flattened cymes of yellow-green flowers appear followed by small, white to blue, berry-like fruits. Top pruning or shearing is not recommended as...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Alternate-leaved Dogwood, Variegated Pagoda Dogwood)

With a handsomely structured, tiered branching habit, variegated pagoda dogwood is also well-known for its clusters of tiny white flowers that yield purple fruits on pink-red stalks upon its cream and green foliage. A deciduous very small tree or often multistemmed large shrub, it hails from eastern North America from New Brunswick and Minnesota southward to Alabama. With a smooth gray trunk, it has much showier deep purple-brown young twigs and branches.

The glossy leaves are rounded oval with...

Image of Cornus amomum photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Silky Dogwood)

Attracting both birds and human eyes with its white and blue-violet fruits, silky dogwood is a great plant for a variety of soils and light exposures. This multistemmed deciduous shrub may vigorously become a rounded plant but with spreading branches. It is native to the extreme eastern United States from Massachusetts to Georgia and Tennessee and perhaps can look a bit unkempt. Its bark becomes fissured, the youngest twigs carry reddish brown tones.

The medium or deep green leaves are elliptical...

Image of Cornus mas photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Cornelian Cherry)

Despite the common name, Cornelian cherry is actually a dogwood. This deciduous, multi-stemmed shrub to small tree can become quite large with age. It is native to the woods of Europe and western Asian, and is one of the earliest shrubs to bloom there. Its small, yellow flowers appear in late winter to very early spring and are followed by red, cherry-like edible fruits in late summer that are tart and mealy.

The simple, ovate leaves of Cornelian cherry have smooth edges and are bright to medium...