Prized for its bright red stems that light up any winter garden, this dogwood also doubles as a healthy green bush from spring to the following winter.
This plant is known for being extremely hardy. As we experience the effects of climate change causing large fluctuations in temperature, rest assured that this plant can survive in temperatures as low as -15 degrees celsius.
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About the product
For the best display, cut one in every three stems to the ground in spring, as the new growth is the most vibrant.
- Siberian dogwood (cornus alba siberica) – planted in your chosen pot (if added)
- Planting and care guides
- Current height (inc. pot):
- Current width:
- Light needs:
- Full sun, partial shade
- Frost sensitive?
- Pollinator friendly?
- Child safe?
- 🟢 - not harmful
- Pet safe?
- 🟠 - eating the berries can cause an upset stomach
Seasons of interest
- Eco- friendly sourcing
- Peat- free compost
- Long lasting plants
- Independent British nurseries