Cornus dogwood are deciduous shrubs with bright showy stems. They bear lance-shaped mid green leaves which have beautiful autumn colouring and small, star shaped flowers.Flowers are followed by loose cluster of strawberry like berries. Cornus are best planted in a woodland garden or as a specimen tree. Require well-drained, fertile soil and prefer neutral to acidic soil. You can make your soil more acidic by adding ericaceous compost. The tree requires no regular pruning, since this would interfere with its beautiful tiered habit.
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Cornus Kousa Wolf Eyes a fantastic variegated variety with green foliaged edged in creamy white, pink tinged foliage in autumn, creamy green flower bracts in summer followed by red strawberry like fruits Learn More
Cornus Kousa China Girl has masses of creamy yellow tinted bracts in June,The foliage is dark-green, turning striking shades of orange and red in the autumn. Small pink fruits that follow in autumn Learn More
Cornus Controversa Variegataalso known as wedding-cake tree because of its distinctive, horizontal, tiered habit with branches bearing narrowly ovate leaves broadly margined with cream and turning yellow in autumn. Learn More