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Image of Cornus sericea f. baileyi photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Bailey's Redosier Dogwood)

Widely planted for its fine, bright red winter stem color, Bailey's redosier dogwood is a large, multi-stemmed shrub that originates from regions throughout North America. 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 rich burgundy red.

Redosier dogwood grows best in sites with full sun to partial shade and fertile, average to poorly drained soil. It suckers...

(Western Redosier 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...

(Western Redosier 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...

(Redosier 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...

Image of Corylopsis glabrescens photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Fragrant Winterhazel, Smooth Winterhazel)

Brightening the early spring garden, smooth winterhazel produces hundreds of pendent, light yellow blossoms with exceptional fragrance from its bare brown branches. This wide-spreading, densely branched, multi-stemmed deciduous shrub is native to Korea and Japan.

The bare are branches bear a profusion of short, drooping, chain-like flower clusters (racemes) in early spring before the leaves appear. The smooth, rounded leaves that follow are satiny medium to dark green and slightly blue-green...

Image of Corylopsis pauciflora photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Buttercup Winterhazel)

Brightening the early spring garden, buttercup winterhazel is a tidy deciduous shrub that produces hundreds of pendent, fragrant yellow blossoms on its bare brown branches. It has a pleasing rounded to lightly spreading habit making it well suited to more formal gardens and smaller garden spaces. It is slow-growing and originates from the slopes and forests of Taiwan and Japan.

The slender, zig-zagging branches bear a profusion of short, drooping clusters, comprised of around five yellow and...

Image of Corylopsis sinensis photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Fuzzy Chinese Winterhazel, Winterhazel)

The openly branched fuzzy Chinese winterhazel produces hundreds of pendent, lightly fragrant yellow blossoms on its bare branches in late winter and early spring. It is a large, rounded, spreading deciduous shrub native to the forests and mountains of China. Unlike many other Corylopsis, which are slow-growing, it grows fairly quickly.

A profusion of short, drooping, bright lemon yellow flower clusters are borne on its sandy brown, lightly fuzzy branches early in the growing season....

Image of Corylopsis sinensis var. calvescens photo by: Gerald L. Klingaman

Gerald L. Klingaman

(Smooth Chinese Winterhazel, Winterhazel)

Illuminating the early to mid-spring garden, the openly branching winterhazel produces hundreds of pendent, lightly fragrant yellow blossoms from its smooth, bare branches. Variety calvescens is a large, rounded and wide-spreading deciduous shrub is native to China's mountains. Moderately vigorous when growing, it is typically a multistemmed plant.

Upon the sandy brown, smooth (not fuzzy) branches by mid-spring will be a profusion of short, drooping clusters with bright lemony yellow...

Image of Corylopsis spicata photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Spike Winterhazel)

The picturesque branches of spike winterhazel produce hundreds of pendent, fragrant yellow blossoms in spring. This open, lightly spreading deciduous shrub is native to Japan. It is quite slow-growing but reaches a substantial size when mature.

A profusion of short, drooping clusters with six to twelve fragrant, yellow blossoms appear in spring before the leaves appear. Each bloom has conspicuous pollen-carrying anthers of reddish purple. Deep blue-green oval leaves with a purplish cast emerge...

Image of Corylus americana photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(American Filbert, American Hazelnut)

American hazelnut is a tough, deciduous, multi-stemmed shrub that produces crops of sweet, tasty hazelnuts in fall. It’s a wild and informal plant ideal for more naturalistic edible landscapes. Populations exist across much of eastern North America, save very southerly states like Florida and Texas. In the wild, they favor upland sites such as hillsides, elevated forests and old fields.

The oval leaves are medium to dark green, have coarsely toothed edges and are fuzzy on top and downy underneath....