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Cornus racemosa 'Geauge'
Common Name: Gray Dogwood
Host plant for spring azure butterfly
Plentiful and nutritious berries for a wide range of birds
Provides good nesting sites for birds and protective cover for wildlife
Selected for lustrous foliage and a refined garden habit
Tolerant of a wide range of conditions including poor or wet soils
Gray twig dogwood is a deciduous shrub bearing dome-shaped clusters of white flowers in late spring. The flowers give way to clusters of small white berries and the stems holding the flowers and fruit are licorice red which makes a distinct contrast. Gray-green leaves turn dusky purple-red in fall. This thicket-forming shrub is a good source of food, cover and nesting sites.
Height: 7-8 Feet
Spread: 4-5 Feet
USDA Hardiness Zone: 3-8