Cornus sanguinea Anny's Winter Orange 3L
Cornus sanguinea Anny's Winter Orange 3L

Cornus sanguinea Anny's Winter Orange 3L



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Cornus sanguinea Anny's Winter Orange is a cultivar of the native, deciduous Dogwood, noted for its colour. In autumn the foliage flushes a rich red; once the leaves drop the superb fiery-toned stems are revealed, offering winter colour and a wonderful backdrop for spring bulbs. Recipient of the RHS AGM (Award of Garden Merit), for all round excellence in the garden.


As Dogwood is a native plant, the flowers - while not particularly startling - are highly attractive to native pollinators.


Flowers: From March - April, insignificant white flowers appear, appreciated by native pollinators, once fertilised these will develop into black, inedible berries, sometimes called ‘dog berries’.

  • Moist, well drained soil
  • Full sun, partial shade
  • All aspects

Extremely vigorous, this dogwood will spread by suckering. To keep the shrub compact and to encourage colourful young shoots, prune hard in March every few years.