"My Belle de Boskoop apple tree arrived safe and well and I am delighted with it. It was very well protected for its journey and is now planted in the ground."
- Liz Heydon
The well-known Red Stemmed Dogwood is easy to grow particularly in heavy soils. The shiny red stems produce a fantastic sight on a sunny winters day.
Bright red winter stems of this "Dogwood" are followed by even more beautiful soft yellow foliage in spring and summer.
Another Dogwood giving its bright red charm of winter stems, but this time foiled by white margined variegated foliage.
Very similar to C. alba Spaethii but leaves with a slight pink tinge
Cornus Ivory Halo a compact form with distinctive creamy white and green variegated leaves. Usual bright red winter colour of young stems.
As the name suggests, this clone has been selected for exceptional coloured red steams. Equally as good as Cornus Sibirica.
Slightly less vigorous form of the Red-barked Dogwood, but more than makes up for its lack of vigour with its brilliant crimson winter shoots.
Strongly variegated leaves of yellow and gold make this a must for any garden.
Cornus Westonbirt. The much sought after form of these red stemmed dogwoods, bright red sealing wax red stems. very similiar to Cornus Sibirica
Introduced from Eastern N. America in about 1760, it makes a very large shrub or small tree. An excellent specimen or centre piece with its tiered horizontal branches.
An absolutely beautiful shrub up to about 3m. in height, rivalling the more well known C. controversa variegata for its display of creamy white variegated foliage.
A less common form of North American origin purplish winter shoots and creamy white flower heads followed by attractive blue fruits, otherwise very similar to any other dogwood
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