Red Twig Dogwood and birches, could there be something better in the winter? I plan on this for the walkway little piece of garden in front of the house.
Red Twig Dogwood (Cornus stolinifera) - Winter Color. Zone 2-8. Red stems in winter, white blossoms in spring, red berries in fall. Fast Growth. Mature height: 6-10 ft.
1m tall by 1.5m wide golden twig dogwood Cornus sericea 'Flaviramea' from Crocus.co.uk 9cm pot for £6.99
So beautiful: red twig dogwoods with snowdrops beneath. Wish I'd put snowdrops under my dogwood now.
Our neighbour grows these well and they are rather spectacular in the spring. Would be great to have seasonal colour in the garden and not just green.
Woven fence with red dogwood branches, honeysuckle branches work well too, for a natural colour.
Buy golden twig dogwood Cornus sericea 'Flaviramea': Delivery by Crocus
Cornus sericea 'Flaviramea' AGM Preferred common name: Golden-twig dogwood Family: Cornaceae
Plant Combos with Year-round interest: Red twigged dogwood (Cornus sericea) underlanted with sedge: Carex morrowii 'Fishers Form' looks fantastic even in winter!
As the gloom of November gathers stems and twigs can add much needed colour to your garden