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Cornus stolonifera 'Flaviramea' (Golden Dogwood)

 

A deciduous shrub forming a thicket of stems which are an interesting olive green shade, particularly effective in winter, especially when planted with a red stemmed variety. The summer leaves are a pleasant if unexciting shade of green which looks yellowish at a distance. The plant is grown for its winter colour, and it looks impressive if planted in a group. Good for moist or wet sites.
Height 2m (6ft), Spread 3m (10ft), 5-10 years to maturity.

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