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Cornus alternifolia argentea

Cornus alternifolia argentea£19.95

A beautiful small tree or large shrub with spreading, tiered branches; white margined leaves, small white flowers and spherical blue-black (inedible) fruit. Best in dappled shade and moister soils. H: 2-3m


Cornus capitata

Cornus capitata£49.95

Himalayan flowering dogwood. Very attractive shrub or, in sheltered areas, small tree. Semi- evergreen. Grey--green foliage and flowerheads surrounded by lovely sulphur-yellow bract in mid-summer. Best in a little light shade and reasonably good soil. Hardy.


Cornus controversa

Cornus controversa£59.95

One of the most beautiful of all garden plants. Layered branches carry small, pale green leaves which develop rich red-purple colours in the autumn. Masses of small white flowers in early summer followed by blue fruit. Will grow well in either full sun or partial shade, and will do best on richer soils that do not get very dry in the summer; mulching in the spring with well rooted garden compost or manure will help retain moisture. . H:5-7m


Cornus controversa variegata

Cornus controversa variegata£24.95

An exceptionally beautiful small tree, with flat layers of branches ('tabulated') with green and silver-margined foliage. Cream flowers in May and small black fruits in autumn add further appeal. Native to China. H: 2-4m


Cornus florida 'Cherokee Princess'

Cornus florida 'Cherokee Princess'£59.95

Very beautiful deciduous small tree or large shrub. Profuse flowering in early summer with large and distinctive white bracts around each flower. Lighter green leaves than the parent species. Sun or part shade on moist but well drained soil, but not chalky conditions. H: up to 3-5m.


Cornus florida 'Cloud Nine'£39.99

Raised in 1951 in the USA, Cloud Nine is noted for its creamy white blooms and reliable flowering from a young age. Leaves also produce vivid red, orange and purple colours in autumn. Fully hardy and ideal in full sun or light shade in rich reliably moist soils - mulch well if in doubt. H: 2-5m


Cornus florida f. rubra 'Red Giant'

Cornus florida f. rubra 'Red Giant'£49.95

Raised in Japan, and noted for its very large leaves which turn fiery red in the autumn. The flowers also are larger than usual with prominent light pink bracts. Will make an outstanding specimen small tree. Fully hardy. Best in full sun or light shade in rich and slightly moister soils - mulch well!. H:2-5m


Cornus kousa 'Blue Shadow'£39.95

Cornus kousa Blue Shadow was selected for its beautiful dark green leaf. The color of the leaves shows the flowers to their full advantage. Flowers from an early age. Plant in moist, fertile soil in full sun or light shade. Probable height after 10 years: 2.5m


Cornus kousa 'Bultinck's Giant Flowers'£39.95

Cornus kousa 'Bultinck's Giant Flowers' has been selected for its relatively compact size and unusually large flowers. This makes it especially suited to smaller gardens where it will grow into a medium to large sized shrub.


Cornus kousa 'chinensis'

Cornus kousa 'chinensis'£29.99

Chinese. Extremely pretty deciduous tree, producing masses flowers that open cream turning white then pink in early summer. Happy in either sun or partial shade;. Purple/red autumn colouring. H:3-4m. Fully hardy.


Cornus kousa 'Milky Way (larger plants)'

Cornus kousa 'Milky Way (larger plants)'£49.95

Outstanding small, ornamental deciduous tree or large shrub. Masses of tiny green flowers in early summer are surrounded by large creamy-white flower bracts. A profusely-flowering variety with good autumn red foliage tints. When mature, strawberry-like ornamental fruits are produced which are very attractive to birds. Fertile, moist but well-drained soil in full sun or light shade. Fully hardy. H: 2-4m


Cornus kousa 'Milky Way'

Cornus kousa 'Milky Way'£59.95

Outstanding small, ornamental deciduous tree or large shrub. Masses of tiny green flowers in early summer are surrounded by large creamy-white flower bracts. A profusely-flowering variety with good autumn red foliage tints. When mature, strawberry-like ornamental fruits are produced which are very attractive to birds. Fertile, moist but well-drained soil in full sun or light shade. Fully hardy. H: 2-4m

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