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Red Twig Dogwoods bright red branches bring unique color to the winter landscape.
White berries appear in spring and are enjoyed by wildlife.
Small flower clusters appear in spring.
Foliage turns red in fall.
This plant may not thrive in your area
You Will Love This Colorful Shrub all Year Long Whether you are looking to liven up a dark privacy hedge, or add a colorful accent to a tranquility garden, you cannot go wrong with the Red Twig Dogwood. • Adaptable to various soils • Withstands extreme climates • Provides various colors throughout the year Since the plant grows rapidly to a width and height of eight feet, it will be a perfect contributor to a colorful row of hedges. Whether you want this plant to stand alone, or be part of a uniformed row, you cannot go wrong with the Red Twig Dogwood. Its ability to adapt to a variety of climates makes it a wonderful addition to any garden or landscape.
Plus, you can plant them 2 to 4 feet apart for a full, colorful border that transforms property lines, flower beds and beyond. The red stems this shrub is known for will brighten up your garden in the dead of winter. In spring, you will still have 2-3 inch clusters of wonderful, white blooms that produce small berries. These berries will attract a variety of birds to your landscape. You will not be disappointed in the fall when the foliage begins to vary from yellow to purple.