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Cornus Sericea Flaviramea, commonly known as yellow-twig dogwood, is a deciduous shrub that is native to North America. This beautiful shrub is prized for its bright yellow-green stems that stand out in winter when most other plants have lost their leaves.
Growing up to a height of 1.5-2.5 meters and a spread of 2-3 meters, Cornus Sericea Flaviramea is a medium-sized shrub that is suitable for various garden settings. It prefers to grow in full sun or partial shade, in well-drained soil that is moist but not waterlogged.
In addition to its stunning winter colour, Cornus Sericea Flaviramea produces clusters of small white flowers in late spring, followed by small blue berries that attract birds to your garden. It also has vibrant red foliage in the fall.
The flowering time for Cornus Sericea Flaviramea is late spring, typically around May or June, depending on the climate. During the summer months, it will require regular watering to maintain its foliage and stem colour. In winter, pruning is recommended to promote new growth and maintain its shape.
Overall, Cornus Sericea Flaviramea is an attractive and versatile shrub that provides year-round interest to your garden. With its unique yellow-green stems, beautiful flowers, and vibrant foliage, it is an excellent addition to any garden setting.