Cornus sericea ‘Flaviramea’
The Yellow Twig Dogwood is a densely branched deciduous shrub that features small, white flowers in the spring. Pollinators, like butterflies, enjoy these flowers for their nectar. Dark green leaves from top to bottom fill the shrub all summer. Once fall comes, those leaves turn to red and white berries appear. After the leaves drop, the twigs turn from green to a bright yellow providing a dazzling display against the winter landscape.
- White berries provide food for birds
- Cut the yellow branches for holiday decorating
- Works well to control erosion