Dogwood ‘Kelseys Dwarf’
Cornus sericea ‘Kelseyi’
Exposure: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Mature Size: 30″ high x 30″ wide
Shrub Form: Compact, round
Foliage Color: Green turning yellow in the fall
Stem, Flower, and Berry Color: Red stems, white flowers, white-blue berries
Growth Rate: Moderate
Uses: Specimen, mass plantings, border edging, erosion control, groundcover
Description: A low growing, deciduous shrub with a dense, compact, rounded form, lush green foliage, attractive red stems, white flowers and white-blue berries. Excellent groundcover and a great choice for attracting birds to your yard.
Ornamental Features: Lush green foliage throughout the season turning yellow in the fall. Small clusters of white flowers in late spring mature to white-blue berries. Stems turn bright red in the winter providing four season interest.
Landscape Attributes: Dense, multi-stemmed deciduous shrub. Low maintenance; although pruning is not required, removing 20-25% of the oldest stems in early spring of each year, stimulates growth of new stems which display the best color. Deer tolerant and rabbit resistant.