Westonbirt Dogwood Tree The flame red stems during winter
Westonbirt Dogwood Tree The flame red stems during winter
1.5-2.0m (100l container)
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Cornus alba Sibirica - photo taken 13/10/2021

Cornus alba Sibirica

Westonbirt Dogwood

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PLEASE NOTE: Both sizes are currently supplied in 100L containers

This is a plant to routinely butcher every spring so you can be rewarded by a new crop of vivid red stems for the following winter.

If left to their own devices the stems get woody and lose their vibrant colour low down the plant and only show red on the tips of the previous season’s growth.

The reason for pruning back to a few inches off ground level in the late spring is so that the stem display can be enjoyed all winter.

Cornus alba Siberica makes a fabulous garden plant and thrives on most free draining soils.

Its lush green leaves and white flower are nice enough but it is the stem colour that impresses the most, especially when all else in the garden is dormant in the winter.

Mature height: 1-3m

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Common names
Westonbirt Dogwood
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