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Cornus Kesseringii

mookins

By Mookins

Norfolk, United Kingdom Gb

think this is what it says, a special offer plant I felt sorry for
label badly faded

please help

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Dark stems in winter, as sort of chocolate brown in colour. It looks good against a light background or with the red, orange or yellow stemmed varieties with it. Being a Dogwood, it can take quite a damp site too but best in good light, not too shaded. Bone hardy too. Prune hard back in spring either every year or every other year for the best winter stems.

13 Aug, 2009

 

Its actually Kesselringii, gets 7 x 7 feet if you let it - prune in Spring, as Fractal says

13 Aug, 2009

 

ooh will have to re write that label thank you peeps

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13 Aug, 2009

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