We provide a range of Cornus bare root plants, including Cornus alba, Cornus sanguinea and Cornus stolonifera flaviramea.
Red Barked Dogwood (Cornus alba) is a large, upright suckering shrub with deep red stems, which are particularly conspicuous when the plant loses its leaves in winter.
A British native, very upright suckering shrub, with good autumn colour and reddish stems in winter, Common Dogwood (Cornus sanguinea) is often seen wild on the chalky soils of S.E. England. In fact it will grow in almost any soil, and is particularly useful for damp sites.
The Yellow Dogwood (Cornus stolonifera flaviramea) makes a striking contrast grown with the Red-Barked Dogwood in waterside plantings where its reflection in the water doubles the impact. It makes an unusual informal hedge or screen, and can be included in mixed hedges.
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