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Dogwood Variegated Red Twig in winter, the bright red comes from new growth so prune in early spring

Variegated Red Twig Dogwood (Cornus alba 'Elegantissima'). Variegated leaves, attractive berries, stunning fall color and showy red stems in winter make this Dogwood a shrub for all seasons!

Monrovia White Variegated Red Twig Dogwood Flowering Shrub - This is a staple foundation shrub to fill large space.

Why am I so excited that our Red Twig Dogwoods are blooming? Because these blooms are usually not a big deal each Spring, nor are the blooms the main reason why these shrubs are planted!Most people…

Plant Red Twig Dogwoods for year-round interest -- truly a four season superstar!

Red Twig Dogwood (Cornus stolinifera) - Winter Color. Zone 2-8.  Red stems in winter, white blossoms in spring, red berries in fall.  Fast Growth.  Mature height:  6-10 ft.

Red Twig Dogwood (Cornus stolinifera) by greenwood nursery: Winter Color. Zone Red stems in winter, white blossoms in spring, red berries in fall.

Red Twig Dogwood Tree Red Twig Dogwood With Leaves for bordering neighbors

Changes from red to green. Red Twig Dogwood Tree Red Twig Dogwood With Leaves for bordering neighbors

10 Fast-Growing Plants for (Almost) Instant Curb Appeal (Red Twig Dogwood)

10 Fast-Growing Plants for (Almost) Instant Curb Appeal

Red Twig Dogwood is fast-growing shrub; stunning once it loses its leaves and berries, its bright red bark makes a beautiful counterpoint. Bold statement and showstopper!

ARCTIC FIRE is a dwarf redtwig dogwood cultivar that is primarily grown for its…

ARCTIC FIRE is a dwarf redtwig dogwood cultivar that is primarily grown for its bright red winter stems which are particularly showy against a snowy backdrop. It typically grows to tall and as wide with dense stems.

Arctic Fire™ Red Twig Dogwood is a compact selection of Red Twig Dogwood that has dark red stems that provide a spectacular show in the winter sunlight. Unlike most Cornus that reach 8 to 10 feet tall, Arctic Fire grows to only half the height. Great in perennial or shrub borders, or used in flower arrangements. Cut vibrant stems for a dynamic addition to holiday arrangements. Zones 3-7

Monrovia's Arctic Fire™ Red Twig Dogwood details and information. Learn more about Monrovia plants and best practices for best possible plant performance.

Red Twig Dogwood, height up to 8', tolerates shade, white flowers in May, white berries in July.

Red Twig Dogwood, height up to tolerates shade, white flowers in May, white berries in July.

Our neighbour grows these well and they are rather spectacular in the spring. Would be great to have seasonal colour in the garden and not just green.

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Red Twig Dogwood with yellow twig dogwood Shrub Deciduous/evergreen:Deciduous Cold hardiness zones: 2 - 8 Light needs: Partial to full sun Sunset climate zones: 1 - 14 - 24 Water Needs Needs regular watering - weekly, or more often in extreme heat

Read my Top 10 list of best plant ideas for winter landscapes and attracting wild birds (e.g., red osier dogwood). Ranking is based on visual interest value.

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Prune Red Twig Dogwood~Remove about a third of the stems at ground level every year. Cut out old, weak stems as well as well as those that are damaged, discolored, or growing poorly. This method of pruning keeps the color bright and the shrub vigorous. Cut back the entire shrub to 9 inches above the ground if it becomes overgrown or out of control. This is a good way to quickly renew the plant, but it leaves a bare spot in the landscape until it regrows.

Planting Red Twig Dogwoods – How To Grow Red Twig Dogwood Trees

Prune Red Twig Dogwood~Remove about a third of the stems at ground level every year. Cut out old, weak stems as well as well as those that are damaged, discolored, or growing poorly. This method of pruning keeps the color bright and the shrub vigorous. Cut back the entire shrub to 9 inches above the ground if it becomes overgrown or out of control. This is a good way to quickly renew the plant, but it leaves a bare spot in the landscape until it regrows.

Start replacing hydrangeas with this, 'Midwinter Fire' redtwig dogwood.

Cornus sanguinea 'Midwinter Fire' - This deciduous shrub has oval, mid-green leaves and produces small, creamy-white flowers in May and June. But it's really grown for the brilliant, flame-coloured stems that are revealed when the leaves, which turn orang

This deer-resistant shrub showcases bright red stems through the winter! http://shop.pallensmith.com/garden/arctic-fire-cornus-farrow/

Simply one of the best Red Osier Dogwoods to come along. More twiggy than others of its kind, the intensely red stems of Arctic Fire™ add great color to an otherwise dull winter landscape.

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