Cornus alba 'Sibirica'
Also known as
Tatarian Dogwood, Red Stemmed Dogwood, Siberian Dogwood, Dogwood
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3 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
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Red-Barked Dogwood Overview
Cornus alba 'Sibirica' is a suckering, deciduous shrub species that forms thickets of slim, vibrant red stems, these develop stronger colouration in the winter. It grows to medium size, producing oval, green leaves which display attractive red autumn colouration. Flowers are small, starry in shape and cream in colour, leading onto blue-white berry fruits.
Common problems with Red-Barked Dogwood
Can suffer from Cornus anthracnose diseases.
How to propagate Red-Barked Dogwood
Propagate from seed or rooted layers struck in a moist sand-peat mixture.
Special features of Red-Barked Dogwood
Other uses of Red-Barked Dogwood
Ornamental, fruit, hedging, border