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Bud’s Yellow Dogwood

Cornus sericea ‘Bud’s Yellow'

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Bud’s Yellow Dogwood

Cornus sericea ‘Bud’s Yellow'

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Botanical Name

Cornus sericea ‘Bud’s Yellow'

Outdoor Growing zone

3-7

Mature Height

5-8

Mature Width

5-8

Sun needs

Full Sun, Partial Sun

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AK, CA, HI, PR

Bud’s Yellow Dogwood is an excellent choice for winter color. This deciduous shrub can grow to 8 feet tall if unpruned, or kept around 3 or 4 feet with period trimming. It has golden-yellow twigs that bring great color to your winter garden, looking colorful and attractive at a time when color is scarce. Hardy even in cold areas, it’s a great choice for low-maintenance, and colorful when your other plants are sleeping. It grows in wet ground, and looks great beside water, but it also grows in regular garden conditions, and can be grown almost anywhere.

  • Bright golden-yellow twigs all through winter
  • Easily grown and adaptable to any conditions
  • Resistant to the destructive canker that kills many other types
  • Grows well in wet and badly-drained areas
  • Hardy in zone 3 and ignored by deer

Grow Bud’s Yellow Dogwood in full sun for the most vigorous growth and best twig colors. It will take some partial shade too, without much effect. It grows in almost all soils, including clays and urban soil, thriving in those wet and badly-drained places where it can hard to find plants. It is hardy even in zone 3, and also grows in all warm zones. It has special resistance to destructive twig canker, and also to most leaf-spot diseases. Deer don’t normally eat it, and it has no significant pests.

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