Latin Name: Cornus canadensis
Synonyms: Chamaepericlymenum canadense
Common Name: 'Creeping dogwood'
AGM. A herbaceous perennial which spreads by rhizomes to form extensive clumps. These are covered by showy white, flower-like bracts, which surround the greenish flowers in late spring and early summer, followed by bright red fruits. In autumn the leaves turn a rich mahogany red. May-Jul. H10cm S75cm.Care Instructions/Tips:
Grow in a moist but well-drained, neutral-acid soil in sun or partial shade. This North American woodland species is one of the finest ground cover plants for acid soils and is particularly useful for growing between shrubs such as rhododendrons.
Shrubs, Good for ground cover, Award of Garden Merit, Good for partial shade, Good for well-drained soil, White flowers, Good for spring, Good for summer, 0cm to 30cm, Ground Cover
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