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Cornus Alba Sibirica, also known as Siberian Dogwood, is a deciduous shrub that is native to parts of Asia and Europe. It is a popular choice for gardeners because of its stunning red bark that adds colour to the garden in the winter months.
This shrub grows to a height of around 6-8 feet and spreads to a width of 8-10 feet. It has an upright, vase-shaped growth habit with multiple stems emerging from the base of the plant. The leaves are dark green in colour and turn a vibrant red in the fall, adding to the shrub’s appeal.
Cornus Alba Sibirica is a hardy plant that can grow in a wide range of soils, but it prefers moist, well-drained soil. It thrives in full sun or partial shade and is best planted in a location that receives at least six hours of sunlight each day.
This shrub blooms in late spring to early summer, producing small, white flowers that are not particularly showy. However, it is the bright red stems that really steal the show, providing striking colour and interest to the winter landscape.
If you’re looking for a hardy shrub that adds colour and interest to your garden throughout the year, Cornus Alba Sibirica is an excellent choice. With its stunning red bark, easy-to-grow nature, and low maintenance requirements, it is sure to become a favorate in your garden.