The Bailey Red-Twigged Dogwood has very attractive red stems in winter and hands down the reddest stemmed variety by far. There are flat clusters of white flowers around late spring into summer followed by tiny plump blue fruits. This dogwood's delicious fruits will attract birds to your garden. This plant will tolerate some shade and moisture. Like most dogwoods be sure to remove old stems to the ground for best stem color each spring.
Height: 6 - 10'
Spread: 6 - 10'
Spacing: 8 - 12'
Exposure: Full Sun (6+ Hours) or Part Sun (4 to 6 Hours)
Blooms: Late Spring through Early Summer