Cornus canadensis

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Cornus canadensis

Cornus canadensis

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This ground cover has lovely foliage and pure white flowers that resemble a Dogwood. It loves partial shade and will naturalize in gardens across the country. Hardy in zones 1-9!

Native to North America, Cornus (Latin: Horn/Antler) canadensis (Latin: of Canada) is commonly called Bunchberry or Dwarf Dogwood. The flowers consist of four white petal-like bracts and a central cluster of small true flowers with tiny greenish-white petals. They look very much reminiscent of Dogwood flowers. The leaves are elliptical with prominent veins and they form a whorl in groups of five to seven. In the fall, the true flowers produce a tight cluster of bright red-orange berries the size of small peas. Very hardy, Bunchberry is rated from Zone 1-9!

Watch the Botanus Garden Club video about Ground Covers including Cornus canadensis!

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Bloom Season Mid Summer
Colour White
Light Partial Shade
Shipping Season Spring
Depth 1 in, 3 cm soil coverage
Spacing 6 in, 15 cm
Size 2.5" plug
Height 6 in, 15 cm
Hardiness Zone 1–9
Attributes Ground Cover, Naturalizing