Cornus glabrata

  • Cornus glabrata  browntwig dogwood
  • Cornus glabrata  browntwig dogwood
  • Cornus glabrata  browntwig dogwood
  • Cornus glabrata  browntwig dogwood
browntwig dogwood

The bluish-white fruits of this species are reputed to be especially good for attracting birds. Small creamy white flowers appear in spring on subtly beautiful arching branches. A type of stream dogwood, it forms thickets with time, 6 - 10 ft. tall. Deciduous. Prefers moisture and some shade. Western tanager and warblers eat the flowers. Grosbeak, Northern oriole, flickers, spotted towhee, Western bluebird, robins, mockingbirds, bandtailed pigeon, waxwing and quail eat the fruits. A great plant for stream restoration.

Call to confirm current supply. Availability as of September 5, 2019:

Sorry; this plant is out of stock at present.