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(Redosier Dogwood, Variegated Dogwood)

This selection of a dogwood native to eastern North America, ‘Variegata’ has the vivid red stems of its parent and adds dark-green leaves that are edged by broad white margins. An upright, deciduous shrub, it produces many stems from its base at ground level, making a thicket shaped as a leafy mound. It spreads by stems that root where they touch the ground and by stems that arise from the roots. One plant some becomes a colony. Some gardeners restrain and shape this dogwood by digging up the rooting...

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 Corydalis sempervirens photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Colic Weed, Pale Fumewort)

Native to rocky and sandy slopes and clearings over much of Canada and the northern United States, this biennial bears clusters of small bicolored flowers from early summer to fall above rosettes of lacy blue-green leaves. Deployed on erect, calf- to waist-high stems, the spurred, purplish-pink flowers have gaping yellow mouths. The blooms give rise to small pod-like capsules containing round shiny black seeds that are distributed by ants. Plants will self-sow where happy. Plants die at the end of...

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....

Image of Corylus avellana

Jesse Saylor

(Common Filbert, Purpleleaf Filbert)

Prized for its delicious hard-shelled nuts, European filbert is a small tree to large shrub that originates from the whole of Europe as well as western Asia. Wild plants exist in open woods and hedgerows where they grow in a wide range of soil types. Hazelnuts have been in cultivation for thousands of years and many cultivars exist--most bred to produce high quality nut crops. The woody, oblong nuts ripen in mid to late autumn and are eaten by wildlife as well as people. The European filbert is the...

(Common Filbert, Purpleleaf Filbert)

Purpleleaf filbert is an ornamental shrub to small tree with reddened foliage hailing from Europe and nearby Turkey. This plant is generally monoecious, which means that single plants have separate male and female flowers. Its conspicuous male flowers, which are drooping yellow catkins, bloom in late winter to early spring, before its leaves emerge. Tiny yellow female flowers appear at the same time and later generate edible hazelnut fruits.

Plant purpleleaf filbert in a fertile, well-drained...

Image of Cotoneaster adpressus var. praecox photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Creeping Cotoneaster)

Creeping cotoneaster is among the finest of woody groundcovers, with its small, uniform, dark green leaves and contrasting, autumnal red berries. This deciduous, sprawling and spreading low shrub hails from western China, and will be evergreen in mild winter regions. The rigid, irregular branches are filled with tiny flowers in early summer. Upon close inspection, the petals are white with rosy edges, or vice-versa. Red fruits develop thereafter, deepening to a slightly dark red at the time in fall...