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Dogwood Shrubs (Cornus)
Dogwoods include several cultivates species, natives, trees, shrubs, and a groundcover. The shrub form is commonly used in the landscaping trade for their reddish and gold stems that add wonderful winter interest. Many of them have little or no summer interest, just balls of green. Some cultivars, however, have variegated foliage that can add interest to any landscape.
The native dogwoods include a handful of species, from the tall gray dogwood (Cornus racemosa) to the lowly red osier dogwood (Cornus sericea). The popular shrub dogwood, ‘Ivory Halo’ is a variegated form of Tartarian dogwood (Cornus alba). Red twigged dogwood (Cornus stolonifera) is the most common shrub dogwood in landscapes, often forming large thickets of plants. The yellow twigged dogwood is a variation of Cornus stolonifera.
Dogwoods are very adaptable species, often taking harsh conditions better than many other shrubs. They can handle street conditions, dust, wind, drought, heat, cold, wet soils, and hard pruning. They do well in full sun or part shade. They do have issues with powdery mildews and leaf spots, but newer cultivars are being bred for resistance. Dogwoods work well in shrub borders, along fencerows, in ditches, and in landscapes for winter color.
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