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Red-osier dogwood

Cornus sericea ‘Ruby’

This cultivar was introduced in 1988 and was selected for its layering habit, bright red stems and uniform rounded form. Red stems provide some much need color in a snow-covered winter landscape.  Small white flowers appear in the spring followed by white fruit in summer.  The fruit is highly desirable to wildlife.  This cultivar will perform best average to moist garden soil in full sun to part shade.  

Bloom Time: Early Summer

Bloom Color: White

Light: Part Sun, Full Sun

Soil: Neutral

Moisture Needs: Moist, Average

Size: Large

Value: Native

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