Red Twig Dogwood Shrubs -
Red Twig Dogwood bushes are called red twig because of its distinctive and attractive deep red branches, this beautiful upright shrub displays white blossoms in May giving way to bright red berries in the fall. The red twig dogwood, Cornus stolinifera, is very handsome and eye appealing as winter interest in the landscape especially with a sprinkling of snow to set off the red stem color. Also known as Red Osier Dogwood.
A native shrub the red twig dogwood is an excellent plant for massing in large areas, and because of its interesting stem color and dense growth.
An excellent choice for a shrub border in residential landscapes; can be effective as hillside shrubs for it holds soil quite well. Red Twig Dogwoods have moderate water requirements and moderate tolerance to salt and alkali soils. Great for mass groupings.
Add lots of interest when pairing with the Yellow Twig Dogwood Shrubs.
In zones 7 and 8, the red twig dogwood may not grow as tall as 8 feet, but more in the 5 to 6 foot height range.
Red Twig Dogwood Plants ship as one to two foot tall bare root plants - 1 order contains 5 plants
Cannot ship to Florida.
Plants shipping to CA and AZ addresses will be bare rooted before being prepped for shipping.
- Category: Shrubs, Bare Root Shrubs, Flowering Shrubs, Privacy Hedge Shrubs, Fast Growing Shrubs
- Plant Type: Deciduous
- Light Requirement: Full Sun, Partial, Full Shade
- Soil Condition: Well Drained, Moist, Wet
- Bloom Season: Spring, Autumn
- Bloom Color: White
- Mature Height: 6 - 10ft
- Growth Rate: Fast-Growing
- Planting Zone: 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, 7, 8
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Please Note: Beginning in September, many plants begin to go dormant.
Some plants may have already dropped their leaves, died back to the ground or are beginning to turn yellow when they arrive to you. Deciduous trees, shrubs, perennials and groundcovers do go dormant.
This is a normal stage for plants at this time of the year. Plant upon arrival as roots continue to grow while the ground is warm. Some plants require seasonal maintenance and may have been pruned.