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. To keep the size of the plant in check and to encourage the most colorful bark, remove a third of the stems back to ground level each spring..
Dogwood – Mahoning™, Cornus racemosa ‘Mahzam’, is a suckering shrub with a distinctly multi-stemmed habit with branching that is upright and erect. Its shape is an irregular, broad-spreading clump that grows 10′ to 15′ tall with an equal spread. It has small, creamy white flowers, held in 2″ diameter clusters, that bloom early spring to mid-June. The flowers are not extremely showy, but numerous. This deciduous Mahoning Dogwood plant can become a bit leggy with age. In the summer the leaf color is a dull gray-green, but in the fall it develops a rich, reddish purple with full sun exposure. It is tolerant of sun or shade and can withstand dry or wet soils, therefore, Mahoning is very adaptable. Use as a border, hedge, difficult growing site, naturalistic area, soil stabilization, or for wildlife food and shelter..
Colorado Red Osier Dogwood, Cornus sericea ‘coloradensis’, is a fast growing large shrub with white flowers in spring and then produces clusters of blue-white fruit in fall. Its green summer foliage turns red-purple in fall so you will enjoy its red twigs all winter. Colorado Red Osier Dogwood grows to about eight feet tall and spreads into a thicket by sending out root shoots. This plant is rugged, tolerating most soil conditions except for very dry soils. With additional water, growth rates of 3 to 4 feet per year are possible. It will even grow in wet, swampy conditions and may thrive in sun or shade. The Dogwood is good cover for birds and wildlife. For a screen or windbreak, plant 2 to 3 feet apart..
Snow Lace® Gray Dogwood, Cornus racemosa ‘Emerald’, displays white flowers in spring, with rosy-pink berries in fall which creates a nice contrast to the silvery-gray bark. Its superior emerald-green semi-glossy foliage develops purple fall color. Snow Lace® Gray Dogwood’s ability to spread makes it ideal for banks and slopes since it has a very dense form. It grows somewhat slower than is typical of the species, averaging six inches a year. Its habit is distinctly mound-like to rounded growth and gradually reaches a height of seven to nine feet. The colorful rosy-pink pedicels contrasting with its silvery-gray stems, combine to produce an attractive landscape shrub..
Dogwood – Cream Cracker, Cornus alba ‘Cream Cracker’ (PP12830), is a beautiful variegated dogwood shrub with excellent leaf spot resistance. The green leaves have a cream colored variegation on the older leaves, while the young leaves have a golden yellow margin. It displays a flat-topped cluster of small white flowers that bloom from spring until summer. Purplish-red stems are revealed in winter, which is a nice addition of color in the winter garden. Cream Cracker does well in moderate shade and is a slow grower. It prefers moist, well drained soil and tolerates moist to wet soil. Use in naturalizing moist areas or mass plantings. Attracts birds..
Golden Glory Corneliancherry, Cornus mas ‘Golden Glory’, is a rounded, multi-stemmed shrub or small tree. Small yellow flowers are produced freely in spring and are followed by 5/8″ bright cherry-red fruit in summer. The glossy, deep green foliage turns yellow in the fall. Golden Glory is easily grown in average, medium, well-drained soil with full sun to part shade. It prefers moist, organically rich soils. To control spread, promptly remove root suckers. This low-branching, round to oval, deciduous shrub which typically grows 15 to 20 feet and can be trained to be a small tree. The tiny red drupes mature in the summer, but are often hidden by the foliage. Drupes are technically edible, but not particularly tasty and are infrequently harvested unless for use in syrups or jams. Golden Glory can be used as a hedge, screen or foundation plant, or as a specimen or grouping in the shrub border. There is no serious insect or disease problems with this shrub..
Dogwood – Huron®, Cornus Racemosa ‘Hurzam’, forms a rounded, almost perfect, natural globe-form that grows 3 to 4 feet in height and width. Its dark green foliage is highlighted by white bloom clusters and luminous white fruit. It displays a deep burgundy fall color. Huron grows in full sun or shade and is widely adaptable to tough landscape sites. Huron Dogwood makes a wonderful landscape foundation plant, miniature hedge, border, or can be used in mass plantings. Useful in city, highway and urban plantings, it is salt tolerant, insect and disease resistant. Very adaptable and thrives in areas with harsh growing conditions..
Electric Yellow REALLY Stands Out in Your Yard!Neon Burst Dogwood (botanical name here) is highly desired for its full sun tolerance and that it looks great all season long. Electric yellow foliage color really stands out in the landscape. In spring and summer those shockingly yellow leaves can age to a chartreuse color as the season progresses. An excellent, natural hedge plant that looks best without any pruning. How about repeating this plant across a perennial border or in a mid-range shrub border? Neon Burst also looks great used singly as a specimen plant or to anchor a corner of a structure.Creamy white flowers are born on the new growth in May. Although not overly showy, they make great fillers in cut flower arrangements not only because of the flowers, but because of the beautiful showy yellow foliage. The winter stem color is a lusty, shiny red color. They look great in the landscape too. Neon Burst Dogwood plants also add great color when used as snow fencing. Neon Burst Dogwood only gets to be 4-5’ tall and wide. It has an upright, spreading habit when young, and ages more rounded. Remember pruning your Neon Burst Dogwood is best done by removing the oldest stems out to the ground level, and not necessary to do much other pruning. The color of Neon Burst continues in the fall where the leaves burst into orange-yellow, red and even purple and put on quite a show. Each season this plant shines. Spring and summer shows off its great sunny leaf color, fall brings on a myriad of leaf color, and winter is when the beautiful red stems get to shine. This is a unique shrub that is sure to please you through all 4 seasons. Buy your Electric Yellow Dogwood online at Nature Hills Nursery today!*Electric yellow foliage*Lusty red stem color in winter*Neat, compact size*Great variety of fall color .
White Spring Flowers and Red Winter TwigsTalk about hot and spicy! First Editions Plants has introduced a new and exciting type of dogwood to the market, Cayenne Dogwod (Cornus amomum ‘Cayenne’). This tasty shrub is an update on an American classic.Dogwoods are well-loved American trees and shrubs. You can count on them for reliable color year in and year out. They are super hardy native plants that thrive without much care all over the country.Springtime brings fresh green leaves and beautiful white flowers, followed by a summer of thick green foliage and porcelain blue berries. Then in the fall after the orange-red leaves drop you are left with a winter of fire-red stems! These stand out against the greys and browns of winter like red-hot pokers.This tall and wide shrub (6’-8’ tall and 8’-10’ wide) loves moist areas and is perfect for wetland mitigation. Try them in big masses for a show-stopping winter effect. They are great specimen plants in small gardens, too.A new classic, Cayenne Dogwood deserves a place in your garden this year. Order yours from us today!* 4 seasons of interest* Super easy care* Great in masses.
Fragrant White Flowers in Spring – Intense Red Stems in WinterElgantissima Dogwood is an ornamental shrub with 4-season color and special winter appeal. Plant several for a flashy winter border, or even just one would be lovely as a specimen planting in your yard.Your Elegantissima Dogwood will bring year-round interest to your landscape, but is especially handsome in winter when its stems transform to a brilliant, bright red.It’s a perfect addition to your yard for bringing a little color to the drab off-season.When not putting on its winter display, the Elegantissima Dogwood offers other charms to enjoy. Spring brings petite, white flowers that are deliciously fragrant. Adorable berries follow, becoming visible in June, their white hue accented with hints of blue and green. Your Elegantissima Dogwood’s gray-green leaves are broadly margined with cream or white for a showy variegated presentation that is lovely spring through fall. As if all this isn’t enough, the show continues in fall with leaf colors consisting of apricot, gold and a pleasing rosy-red. Elgantissima Dogwood will stay around 6 feet tall if pruned, and maintain an elegant, upright habit. Plants that are not pruned eventually reach ten feet tall with an equal spread. Elgantissima adapts well to many different situations and soil types.However, for redder stems and good fall leaf color, full sun is best. The berries aren’t edible, but your birds will certainly love them, and you’re sure to enjoy their regular forays into your yard for a tasty treat.For a fast-growing, hardy shrub that offers 4-season interest with little effort, you can’t beat the Elgantissima Dogwood!* Winter Color* 4-season appeal* Wildlife interest* Hardy.
Dogwood – Silver & Gold, Cornus sericea ‘Silver & Gold’, is a yellowtwig dogwood cultivar that is primarily grown for its bold variegated foliage and its yellow winter stems. This is a suckering shrub that typically grows to 5′ to 7’ tall by 6′ to 8’ wide. Its silvery green leaves are variegated with irregular creamy white margins. This Silver and Gold Dogwood has leaves that turn yellow in autumn. The stems turn bright yellow in winter and are particularly showy against a snowy backdrop. Tiny white flowers appear in flat-topped clusters in late spring, with sparse, intermittent, additional flowering sometimes continuing into summer. Flowers give way to clusters of whitish drupes in late summer. Its fruit is quite attractive to birds. Best grown in organically rich, medium to wet soils in full sun to part shade. Silver and Gold is tolerant of a wide range of soils, including swampy or boggy conditions. Excellent massed or as a specimen or effective in shrub borders where plants can be combined with evergreens or redtwig dogwoods..
4-Season Interest in an Ornamental Dogwood Garden Glow Dogwood, Cornus hesseyii ‘Garden Glow’, is a deciduous shrub with ornamental features. It would look amazing planted en masse in a location where some winter color would be valued. You could also plant several as a hedge along your property line or just one for a little splash of color in your front yard. Your Garden Glow Dogwood has so much to offer! Its oval leaves, with their delightfully-pointed appearance maintain a golden/green hue all summer long. Spring brings clusters of petite, white flowers that transition to small, white berries in summer. When autumn arrives, your Garden Glow’s foliage will turn a spectacular red, with the twigs maintaining a brilliant scarlet throughout winter. No matter the season, this fabulous Dogwood is sure to please. Garden Glow Dogwood will grow to about 5 feet tall with an equal spread. It’s a multi-stemmed shrub, with an upright and spreading growth habit. Garden Glow Dogwood is adaptable to a variety of conditions and is urban tolerant. You can prune it as desired, but it’s also lovely just as it is and in fact is considered a low maintenance shrub. Garden Glow Dogwood is even fast growing so you won’t have to wait long to see results. Dogwoods are always exceptional choices for a landscape, and Golden Glow is a wonderful variety to try. Just as the name implies, this Dogwood will provide a “glow” of “golden” color for your summer landscape…and a whole lot more year round. * Colorful foliage * Fast growing * Spring flowers * Fall color * Winter interest * Shade tolerant.
It’s all about the leaves!It wasn’t that long ago that every garden in America wanted a dogwood. These native shrubs were easy to care for and had those classic flowers that everyone “in the know” had to have. (When the daughter of the famous department store magnate had her home on the cover of that famous magazine, it was dogwood branches in the vase on the grand piano, in case you were wondering. After that no socialite worth her silver spoon would be caught dead without several dogwoods available in the garden for floral design.) So, yes, the flowers are beautiful. Even the twigs are beautiful. But the leaves…well…they were just foliage. Until now. Let us introduce you to the newest star in the world of dogwood shrubs – Pucker Up! Dogwood (Cornus stolonifera ‘Neil Z’).This gorgeous plant has leaves that are so elegant and textured that they look almost like they were hand-stitched by master quilt-makers. The flowers are pretty, but the leaves will stop you in your tracks! This new take on an American native is so easy to care for. It handles just about any soil – even wet ones – and thrives in partial shade. It rarely needs pruning to maintain its sexy shape and it also looks good in the winter when its bare branches blush red. Use it in mass plantings along the foundation of your porch, in a naturalistic garden bordering the property line or as a stand-out specimen in a pot by the patio. Plant multiples so that you can cut the branches and bring them inside for very “of-the-moment” decorating. If you have even briefly thought of having a dogwood in your yard, then this is the time to buy and Pucker Up! Dogwood is the shrub. Be the first person you know to have one! Order yours now!* Very hardy native* Heavily textured foliage* Tolerant of a wide range of conditions* Spring flowers* Salt tolerant.
Compact and beautiful all year!We love it when we can offer a plant like Firedance Dogwood (Cornus sericea ‘Bailadeline’). We are always striving to be on point with the latest trends, but realize that gardens need to be more then trendy. They need to be lasting and make you happy for a long time.Currently the trend is for smaller, more compact plants in the garden to meet the needs of urban gardeners. Firedance Dogwood maxes out at 3’-4’ high and 4’-5’ wide, so it can fit anywhere – even in a favorite large container.But people want a real ‘wow’ factor, too. Something that will keep them interested every season of every year. Firedance Dogwood definitely brings the ‘wow’…and then some! Firedance begins leafing out in the spring. The basil-green leaves are the perfect backdrop for the multitude of white flowers that cover the shrub. The flowers are followed by pretty white berries which bring the neighborhood songbirds to your garden to sing in the summer. In the fall, the leaves turn with the weather to a rich reddish-purple. (If you plant these with chartreuse or yellow leaved shrubs, you’re in for a spectacular fall show!)At this point most shrubs are done, but not Firedance. Once the leaves fall the twigs and stems turn a bright red (hence the name Firedance!) and heat up the winter landscape. The twigs are great to cut for winter floral arrangements, too!On top of that, this shrub loves being wet and works in tough rain garden situations and is also a great slope stabilizer, holding soils in place.Yeah, we love it when we can offer you a plant with as much to give as Firedance Dogwood. Make sure to order yours before they’re gone. We don’t love it when you miss out on a great deal!* Low maintenance * Fast Growing * No pruning needed * Four seasons of interest * Great for containers * Perfect in compact spaces * Works in raingardens and on slopes.
Easy to Grow with Four Season InterestAlleman’s Compact Dogwood, Cornus sericea ‘Alleman’s Compact’, is a four season beauty with white blossoms in May, pleasant green foliage in summer, giving way to bright red berries in fall, and finally an outstanding red twig color for winter. This dogwood is a suckering, colonizing deciduous shrub that grows to 5 feet tall and wide. The branching is upright and spreading with most stems branching a little, except near the tip where the shape is rounded. Alleman’s Compact Dogwood’s leaves emerge yellow-green and mature to medium or dark green. This shrub is tolerant of poorly-drained soils, easily transplanted and established, and enjoys full sun. It is suggested that you remove oldest stems each year to promote suckering, since new stems have the best stem color. It is good for borders, mass plantings, wet soil sites, naturalistic areas and for winter ornamental appeal. You do not get the greatest effect if used individually. This is a hardy, disease-free shrub that will attract wildlife.* 4 season interest* Easy to grow* Attracts wildlife Pruning Spring Flowering Shrubs in Southern Regions.