PICK UP OF PLANTS WILL BE MAY 26TH AFTERNOON AND MAY 27 MORNING
Known as Red-Twig Dogwood for its red, multi-stemmed branches. Dense, flat-top clusters of white blossoms in spring which later drape down and become tipped with white berries. Dark green leaves change to burgundy in autumn and shine scarlet in sunlight. Amazing wildlife value as a food source to a range of birds, beneficial insects and mammals. An important larval host to the Spring Azure Butterfly. Red stems are brilliant against a snowy background in winter. Prune for more new growth and selective removal of older stems is a good practice to maintain the vivid bright red twigs.
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