Alternative Names: Dogwood 'Midwinter Fire'
Description: A spreading, deciduous shrub with yellow and orange-red juvenile shoots and mid-green leaves that turn orange-yellow in autumn. In the summer, the plant produces flat cymes of small white flowers followed by spherical, blue-black fruit.
Characteristics: Ultimate height of 2.5m and ultimate width of 2.5m.
Position: Full sun/Partial shade. North/East/South/West facing
Soil Moisture: Moist, but well-drained
Soil Type: Chalk/Clay/Loam/Sand
Soil PH: Acid/Neutral/Alkaline
Care Guide: It is important to prune this plant regularly to ensure bright coloured winter shoots. Each spring, prune back to 10cm.
Uses: Beds and borders/City/Containers/Cottage/Informal/Low maintenance/Wildlife
* When you receive your plant, it may be at a different stage of growth to the image shown. Please be reassured that the plants we send will be fully rooted and fully furnished ready for the next stage of growth.