The Common Dogwood (Cornus sanguinea) is a, fast-growing, hedging tree, putting between 30cm (1ft) and 45cm (1ft 6in) of new growth each year. A non-evergreen, it is marked for its small, white, decorative flowers, which are produced during Summer, as well as small non-edible black berries, which form in late summer to autumn. Its most striking feature occurs during Wintertime when the leaves have fallen and strikingly beautiful red-orange stems are revealed.
Benefits of using our plug plant trees
Our Dogwood hedging trees are sold as plug plants, in other words the roots are encased in compost. This means that planting can be carried out at any time of the year, provided they are watered in periods of drought, compared to bare-root plants which can only be planted during the plants normal dormant period (November to March). All of these trees are UK grown, which is important for successful establishment.
Feeding Or Fertilizing
This is a task that can easily be over done. Any nitrogen based fertilizer will do such as 20:20:10 but the longer lasting ones which take 18/24 months are better as they are regulated by the weather and moisture therefore release slowly.
Multiple Order Discount
Orders over £1000 can be discounted by contacting us on 0800 043 1057