Red Ozier Dogwood Bush

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Latin Name- Cornus Serica Hardy Planting Zone- 3-8 Mature Height- 6-9 Width- 8-12 Sun or Shade- Full Sun


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Red Ozier Dogwood Bush

Red Ozier Dogwood Bush is famous for the dark red bark branches that deliver a winter interest against the pure white snow. Red Twig Dogwood Bush emerges from the ground with multiple upright loose branches. Red Ozier Dogwood Bush spring blooms are a small, flat, white to cream color, which shares the chapters with 4-inch long semi-narrow leaves. Red Twig Dogwood Bush green leaves of summer fade to a range of red-burgundy-purplish color in the fall with clusters of small white fruit berries. In the winter, the red twigs of the dogwood become darker, making an exciting winter addition to any landscape. Red Twig Dogwood Bush has a thick root system makes it a favorite shrub for hillsides and problem areas to combat soil erosion. Since the Red Twig Dogwood Bush loves wetter soil than most, it is an excellent choice for hard to maintain wetter grounds. It grows well in any soil as long as it is damp. It is easy for beginners to build. It will do well on most Ph level soils. It appreciates colder weather climates. The spring suckers are perfect for new gardeners to learn how to propagate plants. The Red Twig Dogwood Bush is a choice for a loose border for a few reasons. It is easy to spread, which makes it an economical choice and it is tall enough to be a deterrent to keep areas semi-private. Prune in the spring or fall. It makes a perfect garden focal point and a topic of conversation. Light gray stones around the dogwood enhance the red twig color, making it easier to see. Keep the upright branches thick to make a bold statement, or thin the branches out for an elegant touch of red. An excellent shrub choice if you want year-round color.


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