Red Twig Dogwood

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Twist colorful redtwig or yellow twig dogwood cuttings around woody vines to create earthy garden decor in minutes.

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Arctic Fire® Red - Red-Osier Dogwood - Cornus stolonifera

Arctic Fire® Red dogwood has beautiful red stems and a compact habit and is at its in the winter sunlight. This dwarf variety reaches just 3-5' feet rather than the 8-10' of conventional red-twig dogwood. Its smaller size makes this variety a great breakthrough for smaller gardens or residential landscapes. Tolerates a wide range of soil and light conditions. Plant a few extra to use in winter arrangements and holiday dècor! Native to North America.Top reasons to grow Arctic Fire® red-twig…

Stop! Don’t Throw Away Those Decorative Holiday Twigs!

Let me tell you a little story about some shrubs in my garden. These shrubs are arguably the plant that I am getting the most enjoyment from at this time of year. They are my Red Twig Dogwood (Cornus sericea), and they were free. Sort of. I did buy a bunch of red twigs a few years ago from a florist to jam into the containers by my front door… but the rest was mother nature.