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Dogwood - Greytwig Facts
 
 
 

Mature Height
10-12 feet
Soil Type
Widely adaptable
Mature Spread
10-12 feet
Flower Color
White
Mature Form
Rounded
Foliage Color
Gray green
Growth Rate
Medium
Fall Color
Red
Sun Exposure
Full sun to full shade
 
2-8
Soil Moisture
Widely adaptable
 
About the Dogwood - Greytwig :

The Gray Dogwood is a deciduous shrub which typically occurs in moist or rocky ground along streams, ponds, wet meadows, glade and prairie margins, thickets and rocky bluffs. It grows 10-15' tall and features white flowers borne in terminal racemes (hence the species name of racemosa) in late spring and grayish-green, elliptic to lance-shaped leaves (2-4" long). Foliage turns an interesting dusky purplish red in fall. Terminal stems holding the flowers are distinctively red and provide interesting contrast to the clusters of small white berries which form after the flowers have dropped.

Red stem color is more easily seen after the fruits are gone, and red color often persists into early winter. Excellent when planted in groups and left alone to spread in naturalized areas or native plant gardens. Also effective in shrub borders, along streams or ponds or near buildings or when planted as a screen. Can be particularly useful because of its ability to grow in poor soils. Easily grown in average, medium wet, well-drained soil in full sun to part shade. Tolerant of city air pollution.

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