Cornus sanguinea

Common Dogwood. An upright, deciduous shrub which has reddish green, sometimes entirely green stems. It has mid-green leaves which turn red in autumn. White flowers are borne in summer which are followed by round, dull blue-black fruits.

Can be grown in a wide range of soil conditions and locations but to get the best colour out of the stems it is best grown in full sun. It will reach a height and spread of 3m and once established will have an average annual growth of 45cm.

Containerised

60-80cm (3 Litre) £6.50 each (inc. VAT)

60-80cm (3 Litre) £62.50 per 10 (inc. VAT)