Cornus Sericea Plant – Baileyi

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Great Plant Picks is an educational program of the Elisabeth C. Miller Botanical Garden, recommending outstanding plants for gardeners living west of the Cascade Mountains from Eugene, Oregon, USA to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Gardening: ‘New’ small shrubs for the prairies and some you might have missed (Part I) – Plant it in full sun in well-drained soil.

Zone 2 ‘Pucker Up’ dogwood (Cornus sericea ‘Neil Z.’) is about 4 feet in height and spread. Its dark green “puckered” foliage turns a bright burgundy in f.

'Baileyi' is a redtwig dogwood cultivar. It is a rapid-growing, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub which grows to a maximum size of 6-10' tall with a loose, rounded habit. It lacks the stoloniferous, spreading habit of the species and is listed in Hortus Third as Cornus sericea forma baileyi. Some nurseries sell the plant as Cornus baileyi. The outstanding ornamental feature of this plant is its bright red winter stems.

Thuja Plicata Potted Plants – 40cm+ X 20 New crop of hybrid plants demonstrate beauty of ingenuity – lGreen giant arborvitae (Thuja standishii X plicata ‘Green Giant’) is an effective screen. loam with a pH of 5.0-6.5. It makes a good small foundation, accent or container plant on patios. I consid. Local nurseries and garden centers tell us what’s new for the planting

Great Plant Picks is an educational program of the Elisabeth C. Miller Botanical Garden, recommending outstanding plants for gardeners living west of the Cascade Mountains from Eugene, Oregon, USA to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada.

Now is a good time to plant a few things for the birds.

Three shrubs that produce fall berries are silky dogwood (Cornus amomum), red osier dogwood (Cornus sericea) and gray dogwood (Cornus racemos.

‘Baileyi’ is a redtwig dogwood cultivar. It is a rapid-growing, multi-stemmed, deciduous shrub which grows to a maximum size of 6-10′ tall with a loose, rounded habit. It lacks the stoloniferous, spreading habit of the species and is listed in Hortus Third as Cornus sericea forma baileyi. Some nurseries sell the plant as Cornus baileyi. The outstanding ornamental feature of this plant is its bright red winter stems.

Trees, shrubs add interest, texture and color – Interesting bark High on my wish list is the shrub called red-osier dogwood (Cornus sericea), with its bright red stems. I first noticed this beauty at Longwood Gardens where they grow the cultivar ‘B.

Description An excellent red stem dogwood, beautiful in winter. Wonderful porcelain-blue fruit in late summer that attracts birds. Adaptable to a wide range of conditions, including shade and wet, it has a rounded habit and excellent reddish-purple fall color.

A winter red plant – You can reach the Native Plant Society at (206) 527-3210 or by visiting www.wnps.org Native Plant of the Month for February: red-osier dogwood (cornus sericea, a.k.a. cornus stolonifera) Why it’s choi.

Description An excellent red stem dogwood, beautiful in winter. Wonderful porcelain-blue fruit in late summer that attracts birds. Adaptable to a wide range of conditions, including shade and wet, it has a rounded habit and excellent reddish-purple fall color.

Red twig dogwood (Cornus sericea) will brighten the winter landscape with cheerful red branches that glisten in the winter su.

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