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Dogwood

Cornus sanguinea

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Common Dogwood, Cornus sanguinea, is a large, colourful and versatile native shrub. It does well in most conditions and soils and suckers freely, making it a good hedging plant. Dogwood's all year round interest is hard to beat; red spring twigs and autumn foliage, delicate white flowers in the spring, and black berries that attract birds. 


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This item has seasonality November-March and will only be shipped during this time.

Dogwood (Cornus sanguinea)

Common Dogwood, Cornus sanguinea, is a large, colourful and versatile native shrub. It does well in most conditions and soils and suckers freely, making it a good hedging plant for wet soils in particular, although it lays poorly. Dogwood's all year round interest is hard to beat; red spring twigs and autumn foliage, delicate white flowers in the spring, and black berries.

Dogwood was known to Chaucer as "Whipple Tree", and the origins of its current name are obscure. They are sometimes said to lie in the Anglo-Saxon "dag" (skewer or dagger), for which the plants hard wood might have been used - it was also used for toothpicks. Possibly they might refer to dogberries not being fit for a dog to eat, although the birds like them.

Provenance certificates are available on request for our Dogwood plants, which are from the Southwest of England.
Suppliers: Perrie Hale Forest Nursery
50% of our profit on sales of Dogwood plants is donated to The Tree Council

See our planting and size guide for details and tips on planting Dogwood plants.

All these Dogwood plants are bare root, and are consequently available for delivery from November until March. During the lifting season there may be up to two weeks delay between placing the order and dispatching due to weather conditions or pressure of orders, which are dealt with in date sequence. Orders placed for Dogwood plants between March and October are confirmed for dispatch from November.