Cornus drummondii

Roughleaf Dogwood

This large shrub or small tree produces upright cymes of white flowers in late spring followed by white berries on red stalks which mature in early August and are quite attractive. Plants will sucker and form large colonies which should be a consideration for the smaller garden landscape. Fall colour is an attractive reddish-purple.

Height: 3-20 feet

Sun Requirements: Adaptable full sun to part shade

Water Requirements: Adaptable dry to wet soils

Flowers: White flowers April to June

Attracts: Birds & Butterflies