Cornus sanguinea 'Midwinter Fire'
Also known as:
- Bloodtwig Dogwood
acidic, well-drained, rich
erosion control, verticillium wilt resistant
sun, mostly sun, mostly shade
birds, butterflies, deer resistant
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Description by: Briggs Plant Propagators
A large multistemmed deciduous shrub with brilliant orange-red fall color. It's even more striking in winter when its brightly colored stems flicker shades of red, orange, and yellow.
Description by: Whitman Farms
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This hardy (zone 3) shrub shines like a fire in the winter with gold at the bottom and red at the top of the twigs. Attractive in summer also with white berries.
Description by: Lael's Moon Garden
Winter stems bright orange-yellow at base, red tips. Cut back hard in spring for best color. Zones 4-9.
Description by: Xera Plants
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Large growing deciduous shrub prized for the brilliant display of twigs when the leaves are gone. Vivid red, orange and yellow twigs vibrate with color during winter. The best display of this plant comes from an annual coppicing of the stems, this is best done in March. Light green leaves turn light yellow in the fall before dropping. Eventually, it can become a rather large shrub to 15' tall and 10' wide if not pruned. Full sun, rich soil with regular water during the dry summer months.
Description by: Gossler Farms
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This is the best dogwood for the color of the stem. The base of the plant is red and changes from yellow to orange towards the growing tip. A glowing color all winter. Best when stooled each spring.