Hedging Dogwood Plants (Cornus Sanguinea)
Hedging dogwood plants are a wonderful deciduous addition to a mixed hedge. It has small creamy white flowers in spring giving way to berries in the autumn that are loved by the birds. The stems range from green through to crimson. Adding hedging dogwood to your scheme can help to provide good cover at the bottom of your hedge.
Key features of our Product:
- For any Soil Type – easy to grow
- Good for moist soils
- Full sun to perfect shade
- Hardy and Low Maintenance
- Berries in Autumn
- Colourful stems in Winter
- Wildlife Friendly
Hedging Dogwood is fast growing and can easily grow 40-60cm per year. It tends to be clump forming and can soon thicken up a hedge.
This highly ornamental showy shrub will be a delightful addition to any garden. With creamy white flowers in the spring, dancing variegated leaves and of course the autumn and winter colour.
Simply choose the height of the plants you want to plant now and the number of plants you need.
We recommend 5 plants per metre in a double zig-zag row for a thick hedge, but you can get away with 3-4 per metre in a staggered row if you don’t mind waiting an extra year or two to form a thick hedge.
Keep them well watered – especially in the Spring and Summer in the first year of planting. If you are not sure how many plants you need or which varieties suit your garden please just contact or call us and we will be happy to offer friendly advice!
For best results plant with Rootgrow gel – it increases the growth rate by up to 50% and really helps the plants establish!
Many apologies but due to a change in the DEFRA plant health regulations following Brexit we cannot ship plants to Northern Ireland – we are working on this and hope a solution is found soon!