Cornus controversa

Cornus controversa

Swida controversa, is a species of flowering plant in the genus Cornus of the dogwood family Cornaceae, native to . It has bright green leaves with bol creamy-white margins, which turn red-purple in autumn and produces clusters of white flowers in June. Although it tolerates . This shrub is deciduous so it will lose all its leaves in autumn, then fresh new foliage appears again each spring. Its architectural tiered appearance makes it the perfect specimen or focal point in any . Cornus controversa is a small, deciduous tree growing up to 15m in height.

Dort wächst er im Schutz der . Small tree, its hallmark being the horizontal branches, growing in layers. In its natural surroundings it can attain a height of m. CORNUS controversa. FLOWERING DOGWOODS.

Quality hand packed seeds. Fast 1-day delivery. FREE PP on UK orders . Leaves simple, 7. Sun, part shade, moist . Beautiful strictly tiered branches . Height: to 15m. Flowers: Early summer. Position: Sun or semi- shade – avoid very cold winds.

Cornus controversa

Packet of seeds supplied with detailed . Family: Cornaceae. Stock In stock (limited stock left) . Wedding Cake Tree. Make an Enquiry. If you wish to make an enquiry regarding this product please . This plant is a medium to a tall ornamental flowering tree that enjoys the sun to partial shade and moist, well-drained soil.

The growth rate is moderate to rapid. Kew Gardens, London. Source, Own work by the original uploader. This highly attractive Cornus is known as the wedding-cake tree, due to the presence of a distinctive, horizontal, tiered habit. It makes a lovely focal point for . Product Details.

A small, slow growing graceful tree for any size garden. In Spring the leaves open bright green. Litre Potted Plant. Currently Unavailable. Email When Available To . Click here to find out more.

Features Branches grow in layers, giving this medium size deciduous tree a tiered appearance when in leaf. The foliage is mid green with thick, . Zuzüglich vieler weiterer .