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American Dogwood (Cornus Sericea) and Quaking Aspen (Populus Tremuloides)
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American Dogwood (Cornus Sericea) and Quaking Aspen (Populus Tremuloides)
names: Redtwig dogwood, red osier dogwood, American dogwood, red willow, redstem dogwood, redosier dogwood, creek dogwood
Also great in planters for winter contrast. Botanical name: Cornus sericea (syn. Cornus stolonifera) Common names: Redtwig dogwood, red osier dogwood, American
Common names: Redtwig dogwood, red osier dogwood, American dogwood, red willow, redstem dogwood, redosier dogwood, creek dogwood USDA zones: 2-7 Water requirement: Moderate Sun requirement: Full sun to shade
redtwig dogwood Botanical name: Cornus sericea (syn. Cornus stolonifera) Common names: Redtwig dogwood, red osier dogwood, American dogwood, red willow, redstem dogwood, redosier dogwood, creek dogwood USDA zones: 2-7
“good for wet areas” — neobsn
Wallace Landscape Associates
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Distinctive Gardens
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They are a type of Dogwood tree
Are the dogwoods planted in full sun?
The tree is a Kousa Dogwood or Cornus Kousa.
They are Kousa dogwoods, Cornus kousa.
think their dogwoods--several Viburnums and their varieties--viburnum plicatum var. tomentosum, Viburnum plicatum var. Mariessii, Viburnum Tinus var. 'Eva Price' I find that I like them best when kept to a single trunk…these varieties produce masses of white flowers after the Native dogwoods have bloomed
I like the fence and the dogwood trees.
Flowering dogwood (Cornus kousa, zones 5 to 8
I like the dogwoods & the
Privacy with dogwood.! A split rail
flowering dogwood (Cornus kousa) with a split rail fence - inviting and lovely
1. Welcome with white. This beautiful entrance is balanced with a white flowering dogwood (Cornus kousa, zones 5 to 8) and framed by a split-rail fence. The look is formal but not stuffy, and the fence matches the style and scale of the clapboard buildings.
“fence” — gmar
U. of Maryland Arboretum & Botanical Garden
Cornus sericea 'Baileyi'
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Botanical name: Cornus sericea (syn. Cornus stolonifera) Common names: Redtwig dogwood, red osier dogwood, American dogwood, red willow, redstem dogwood, redosier dogwood, creek dogwood USDA zones: 2-7 Water requirement: Moderate
May not work because it's riparian. Botanical name: Cornus sericea (syn. Cornus stolonifera) Common names: Redtwig dogwood, red osier dogwood, American dogwood, red willow, redstem dogwood, redosier dogwood, creek dogwood USDA zones: 2-7 Water requirement:
red twig dogwood, snip out 1/3 of oldest branches to ground in March
Cornus sericea 'Balieyi' :It's in winter is when redtwig dogwood is exceptionally noticeable
red twig dogwood bailey cultivar smaller/not spreading
“Outside red woody planting” — 56ellie
Northern Virginia Landscape Architecture and Construction
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Gray dogwood (Cornus racemosa)
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Courtesy Missouri Botanical Garden PlantFinder gray dogwood / Cornus racemosa
gray dogwood cornus racemosa full to partial shade
Gray dogwood! Birds LOVE it. Also try the Pagoda Dogwood.
birds, Gray Dogwood or pagoda(C.alternifolia or redtwig dogwood
Gray Dogwood. zone 4, full to partial shade, 10-15 feet tall and wide, birds love the berries in winter.
gray dogwood - for birds (or pagoda dogwood or red twig dogwood)
WINTER BIRD BERRIES Gray Dogwood (Cornus racemosa) The dogwood family includes both trees and shrubs, and the majority of
Gray Dogwood (Cornus racemosa) The dogwood family includes both trees and shrubs, and the majority of them are gardenworthy — some for flowers; others for foliage or stem colors; still others for their graceful forms. This native dogwood produces white berries
“Gray Dogwood (Cornus racemosa) The dogwood family includes both trees and shrubs, and the majority” — margielynnj
Cornelian cherry dogwood (Cornus mas)
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Cornelian cherry dogwood (Cornus mas). Photo: Wikimedia Commons user Cayambe, licensed under Creative Commons Attribution-Share Alike 3.0 Unported
and Stellar dogwoods (C. Stellar series), known for outstanding shades of purplish red. Dogwoods grow in either full sun or light shade, with moderate to regular water, in zones 3 through 9, depending on the species.
Dogwoods. Dogwood is another popular landscape tree that's best known for its spring blossoms but also puts on quite a show in fall. Two good choices are Kousa dogwood (Cornus kousa)
red. Dogwoods grow in either full sun or light shade, with moderate to regular water, in zones 3 through 9, depending on the species. 2013
Dogwoods. Dogwood is another popular landscape tree that's best known for its spring blossoms but also puts on quite a show in fall. Two good choices are Kousa dogwood (Cornus kousa), with red or yellow leaves, and Cherokee Sunset flowering dogwood (C. florida 'Cherokee Sunset')
“Dogwood” — renaedeaver
U. of Maryland Arboretum & Botanical Garden
Cornus sericea 'Bailyana'
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Botanical name: Cornus sericea (syn. Cornus stolonifera) Common names: Redtwig dogwood, red osier dogwood, American dogwood, red willow, redstem dogwood, redosier dogwood, creek dogwood
plant in winter, such as this redtwig dogwood, may even outshine its summer glory.
Red twig dogwood? I. Love the red wigs.
Keep it growing. While redtwig dogwood transplants well and easy to grow, its rapid growth rate and spreading nature can sometimes take over the landscape. In order to control the spread of redtwig dogwood, cut back branches and roots that touch the ground, preventing suckers. Following its seasonal
leaves or when covered in snow as it does in the height of spring and summer. And sometimes the beauty of a plant in winter, such as this redtwig dogwood, may even outshine its summer glory.Next: Elements of Japanese Garden Design
“Red twigged bush” — 56ellie
Pete Veilleux, East Bay Wilds
Cornus sericea (redtwig dogwood)
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Cornus sericea (syn. Cornus stolonifera) Common names: Redtwig dogwood, red osier dogwood, American dogwood, red willow, redstem dogwood, redosier dogwood, creek dogwood
Summer foliage for red twig dogwood
Dogwood. Bright crimson twigs in fall! Stunning display!
Botanical name: Cornus sericea (syn. Cornus stolonifera) Common names: Redtwig dogwood, red osier dogwood, American dogwood, red willow
Cornus sericea or Redtwig dogwood, American dogwood. Add year-round interest to your garden. Had red twigs in winter.
redtwig dogwood, good for wet areas, spreads rapidly, four season
Common names: Redtwig dogwood, red osier dogwood, American dogwood, red willow, redstem dogwood, redosier dogwood, creek dogwood USDA zones: 2-7 Water requirement: Moderate Sun requirement: Full sun to shade Mature size: 7-9’ tall, spreads to 12’ wide Tolerances: Deer, soil — including wet soil and
“is this what i see all through the canyons around here??????? Dogwood?” — topazi
Chuck B. Edwards - Breckon Land Design
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Pink Flowering Dogwood with New England Bluestone flagstone path
to be specific, it is Cornus florida ruba or Pink Flowering Dogwood. OSU has a lot of pictures and a good description on their site – please feel free to check it out! http://oregonstate.edu/dept/ldplants/cofl12.htm Thanks, Chuck
Dogwood Tree- They come in Pink and White.
Dogwood and link to osu site with info on trees
Pink Flowering Dogwood - an alternate
“Dogwood” — Hilda Rosselli
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