More About Cornus racemosa
- White, panicled flowers produce white berries in the fall
- Grayish-red, young branches provide contrast in the winter
- Foliage turns purple in the fall
- Grows well in wet soils
- Excellent for stabilizing slopes
- Bloom Time: May
Native to Ontario and parts of North America.
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A vigorous shrub tolerating many different soil and light conditions. Suckering freely, it is excellent for re-naturalization. Typically grown as a shrub, it can also be grown into a tree form.
Cornus racemosa Characteristics
Native to Ontario
Moist to Average
Average to Dry Soils