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Cornus canadensis 


A low, rhizomous shrubby groundcover of acidic woods and bogs. The leaves are arranged in whorl-like clusters. A solitary creamy-white bloom appears at the tip of the stems in spring which later produces red berries in late summer. The berries are eaten by birds and other wildlife in the fall. Makes an excellent ground cover under evergreen trees. 



  • Characteristics

    Type: Shrub

    Height: 6-8 Inches

    Blooms: May to June

    Bloom Colour: White

  • Growth Conditions

    Light: Full to Part Shade

    Soil: Moist, Loam/Organic & Average Soil

    Habitat: Moist, Acidic Woods & Bogs

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