Cornus ‘Sanguinea’. The common Dogwood is a deciduous shrub of upright, bushy habit, with young shoots reddish in winter, ovate leaves turning deep red in autumn, and small white flowers in flat clusters, followed by black berries Bareroot plants supplied at height: 60-90 cm. Cornus Sanguinea
Name: Cornus ‘Sanguinea’
Approx. Height and spread: 1.5-2.5M x 1.5-2.5M or as required for hedge.
Position: Sun – part shade.
Soil Ph: All.
Moisture: Well, drained. Moist, but well drained.