Cornus amomum, Silky Dogwood 36″ Live stake

$125.00

3000 in stock

Item #: LS536

50 or more $2.50 each
300 or more $2.30 each

1,000 or more $2.20 each 

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Description

Attractive Bark:
Attractive Fall Color:
Attractive Flowers:
Average to moist soil:
Beneficial Insects:
Butterflies:
Clay Soil – High clay content, fine texture:
Erosion Control:
FACW – Usually occur in wetlands, but may occur in non-wetlands:
Flood Tolerant:
Four Season Interest:
Full-Part Sun (6+ hours of sun):
High Wildlife Value:
Loamy Soil – mostly silt, sand, some clay:
Moist Soil:
Native to Coastal Regions:
Native To Mountain Regions:
Native to Piedmont Regions:
Occasionally wet soil (non-tidal):
Perennial:
Salt Tolerant:
Sandy soil, coarse texture:
Shrub:
Small Mammals:
Songbirds:
Threatened / Endangered:
Waterfowl:

An order minimum of 50 of this size/species is required. We regret that quantities less than 50 will not be honored, accepted, or processed.

Botanic Name: Cornus amomum 36″ Live stake
Common Name:

  • Silky dogwood
  • red willow
  • silky cornel

Sun Exposure: Full Sun Part Sun
Soil moisture: Moist Wet
Soil Type:

  • Clay
  • Loamy
  • Sandy

Mature height / spread: 6-12′
Flower: White – May-June
Fall Color:

  • Orange
  • Red
  • purple

Soil Ph: 6.1-7.5
Water depth:
Habitat:

  • Forested wetlands
  • floodplains
  • shrub wetlands
  • stream & pond banks
  • moist clearings

Notes:
Young dogwoods have bright red stems in the fall, winter, and early spring, which turn reddish-brown in the summer. As the shrub matures, the stems turn reddish-brown year-round and later ray. The primary use of this species is for field and farmstead windbreaks and wildlife borders. It is also being used with willows for streambank protection. Other beneficial uses are for fish and wildlife habitat improvement, slope stabilization, borders, and as an ornamental.

Threatened /Endangered: Indiana