Dogwood, Arctic Sun

Dogwood, Arctic Sun

A dwarf, more compact form of bloodtwig dogwood. This cultivar is primarily grown for its bright yellow winter stems with crimson tips which are particularly showy against a snowy backdrop. Tiny white flat-topped flowers appear in late spring followed by clusters of whitish, blue-tinged fruit. Fruit is quite attractive to birds.

Cornus sanguinea 'Cato'
4
Round
Golden Yellow
White
Green
3'-4'
3'-4'
May
Small
Full Sun
Moderate