The most amazing aspect of the Red Twig Dogwood Tree is that their growth rate is very fast. Also it adapts to almost any sort of soil in light or sun shade. However always remember to at least remove a bit of its old growth almost every spring in order to encourage fresh growth with vivid red stems. Some of the worth noticing features of Red Twig Dogwood Tree include erect open loose medium texture red colored stems during winter and simple to grow. The Red Twig Dogwood Tree expands about eight inches with a like spread. They stand variegated leaves and little flowers of white color which forms in plane clusters. These white flowers are succeeded through berries which are white in color having some hints of gold or rose but the foliage looks less attractive all through the autumns since the leaves pick up brown spots as when they age. The Red Twig Dogwood Tree is nice plants for the wet areas; although several report that they do better in the well-drained soils. When it comes to sunlight requirement the Red Twig Dogwood Tree can tolerate partial shade; however their signature bark of red color will be bright when they are cultivated in full sun. The Red Twig Dogwood Tree is a deciduous tree that loses its leaves in winter to show off the red stems. It repopulates through sending the sucker plants that can be easily cut from parent plant and located to a novel location. These shrubs just have to be planted somewhere within your yard from where they can be viewed easily from window.
Mature Height: 6-8 ft.
Mature Width: 6-8 ft.
Growth/Year: 1-2 ft.
Sunlight: Full to Partial Sun
Soil Conditions: Adaptable to various Soils, Very drought tolerant
Botanical Name: Cornouiller Stolonifere
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Posted by Carla on 24th Jan 2012
We purchased this tree for our large flower bed. It has grown so fast and it looks really nice. Great addition.
Posted by Patty Doss on 22nd Nov 2011
A Pretty Shrub!