A great little rounded dwarf with lush green foliage and vibrant red stems that provide excellent color during winter. Works well at the base of large shrubs, in mass plantings, and border foundations. Ideal for erosion control on slopes. Be the first to review Kelsey's Dwarf Red-Osier Dogwood Cancel reply Kelsey's dwarf redosier dogwood (Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi') Created by Google Kirkland Campus. Created on: 04 May 2017; Updated on: 09 Oct 201
Cornus sericea Kelseyi Kelsey Dwarf Dogwood » Compact, mounded form » Can be grown as a groundcover or a low shrub » Small white flowers in spring » Berries attract birds » Great fall color » Beautiful winter stems » Great in beds or borders; Login for pricing. Category: Shrub Kelsey Dogwood. At first glance, you might think that the Kelsey dwarf dogwood ( Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi') is a tree. However, this compact shrub is the perfect plant for those who need a little groundcover in their landscapes. This dogwood will bloom in the spring with clusters of lovely white flowers. After a while, the flowers turn into. Kelsey Dwarf Redtwig Dogwood. Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi' Be the first to review this product. Add to Wishlist; Share This. Print This Page. Product Description. Very low growing shrub with rich green foliage turning red in fall, and displaying gorgeous bark in the winter. Great as a groundcover, foundation plant, or in the shrub border Kelsey Dwarf Dogwood will grow to be about 3 feet tall at maturity, with a spread of 3 feet. It tends to fill out right to the ground and therefore doesn't necessarily require facer plants in front. It grows at a fast rate, and under ideal conditions can be expected to live for approximately 20 years Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi' - Dwarf Red-osier Dogwood $ 39.00 - $ 59.00. A low-growing, rounded form, much smaller and compact than the straight species. Stems are showy with a mixture of red to yellow throughout the winter turning to green when the leaves emerge. Leaves are rounded to oval with deeply indented veination and turn purplish.
Dogwood, 'Kelsey's Dwarf Red-Osier' Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi' This product does not ship. In store pick up or local delivery only. $ 39.99. In stock. Dogwood, 'Kelsey's Dwarf Red-Osier' quantity. Add to cart. Add to Wishlist . SKU: 801.001362 Category: In Season Kelsey's Red Twig Dogwood is a deciduous shrub that forms a low bushy plant, reaching a little over 2 feet tall and wide. It has many vertical branches growing from ground level. The leaves are oval, tapering to a point, with a smooth, glossy surface decorated with prominent veins. They are 2 to 4 inches long, and an attractive rich green Cornus (KOR-nus) ( Info) Species: sericea (ser-ee-KEE-uh) ( Info) Cultivar: Kelseyi. Additional cultivar information: (aka Kelsey's Dwarf) One vendor has this plant for sale. 2 members have or want this plant for trade Arctic Fire ® Red dogwood has beautiful red stems and a compact habit and is at its in the winter sunlight. This dwarf variety reaches just 3-5' feet rather than the 8-10' of conventional red-twig dogwood. Its smaller size makes this variety a great breakthrough for smaller gardens or residential landscapes
Cornus sericea (stolonifera) 'Kelseyi' Dogwood - Redosier. Kelsey's Dwarf Redosier Dogwood is a dwarf Cornus sericea, with an attractive rounded habit and the characteristic red twigs in the winter. The small white flowers (cymes) appear in late spring and are followed in late summer by white berries (drupes) which are attractive to birds The Kelsey Dogwood is a dwarf red tipped dogwood that makes for a great coarse groundcover or foundation plant. This shrub prefers wet soil and sun or partial shade. Unlike the other dogwood's the Kelsey's fall color is insignificant. Patience is needed with this shrub as it is slow growing and compact Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi' (Red osier dogwood 'Kelseyi') will reach a height of 0.75m and a spread of 1.5m after 5-10 years. Suggested uses. Beds and borders, City, Cottage/Informal, Low Maintenance. Cultivation. Grow in most soil conditions. Soil type. Chalky, Clay, Loamy, Sandy (will tolerate most soil types) Soil drainage. Moist but well. We used the large-sized Gold Acorus grass (Acorus gramineus 'Ogon') with Kelsey's Dwarf Red-Osier Dogwood (Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi') along the back wall. We may look at using a dwarf Compact Inkberry Holly (Ilex glabra 'Compacta') instead as the garden continues to develop. The client installed their own perforated pipe under the.
. Kelsey's Dwarf Red-Osier Dogwood - Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi'. A dwarf form well suited as a facing shrub to hide the base of larger shrubs as well as for mass plantings. Bare RED stems provide valuable winter color. Low, compact shrub to only 24 to 30 in. tall and wide. Partial to Full Sun Kelsey Dwarf Dogwood (Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi') isn't a tree. Instead, this great little dogwood is a low growing shrub that nicely fills in as a groundcover.. Like its bigger cousins, Kelsey Dwarf blooms in the spring, but only small clusters of white flowers Kelsey's Dwarf Red-Osier Dogwood Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi' Dogwood: More Dogwood : Price: $9.50: Container Size: 3 gallons: Height: Type: More Varieties of Dogwood: Arctic Fire ® Red Twig Cornus stolonifera 'Farrow' PP18523 | Proven Winners ® Color Choice ®. Redosier dogwood. Red winter stems of 'Cardinal'. ( Cornus sericea) is a shrub native to Minnesota with colorful red or yellow winter bark that provides great winter interest. As a landscape plant, redosier dogwood is extremely versatile. It can be used as an accent, specimen or key plant, and in groups and large masses for borders and screens Native to (or naturalized in) Oregon: Deciduous shrub, low growing, to 2-2.5 ft (0.6-0.8 m) high, green leaves in summer and purple-reddish in fall, twigs slender and young ones are bright red in winter, but older twigs are red-brown to brown. Sun. Susceptible to leaf spot, especially in fall. Prune out older stems to maintain red twigs in winter
DWARF KELSEY DOGWOOD. Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi'. This very hardy dwarf form of Red Twig Dogwood features white flowers in late spring. Its stems remain red throughout the year and provide winter color. Has a neat rounded shape and matures at 2 to 3 feet tall and wide. USDA Z4 - Cold Hardy to -20 to -30 (F) Sun to Partial Shade Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi' This dwarf dogwood is grown for its compact size, naturally round form, and red twigs. Maturing to only 2 to 3 feet tall and wide, it fits well into small landscapes. Its dark green leaves cover the rounded plant during the growing season . Compact, rounded shape with slender, red upright stems crowded with rich green foliage. An excellent choice for the perennially damp spot in the garden. Cutting off 25% of the old stems in early spring each year will stimulate growth of new stems which will display the best red color. Nice for small areas Cornus stolonifera 'Kelseyi' Cornus stolonifera 'Kelseyi' Dwarf Redtwig Dogwood. Boething Treeland Farms grows over 1,000 varieties of trees, shrubs, perennials and specialty plants on 10 California nurseries to serve the wholesale landscape and nursery industries throughout the Western United States and beyond Kelsey's dwarf red-osier dogwood (Cornus sericea Kelseyi) is another foliage shrub suitable for wet areas. Growing 2 to 2 1/2 feet tall and wide, it also provides winter interest with its vivid.
Kelsey's dwarf red-osier dogwood shrubs (Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi') are green in the summer, produce white flowers in the spring and turn a deep shade of red in the winter. These red winter stems will be bare and devoid of leaves, but the stunning color more than makes up for the temporary lack of foliage Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi' Kelsey redosier dogwood A dwarf small broad-rounded shrub with dull deep red stems that is grown primarily for its foliage effects
Small Shrub. Cornus sericea Kelseyi cultivar grows only to 30 inches or less. Its common name is Kelsey's dwarf red osier dogwood. The height works well for several gardening and landscaping situations. Small white flowers bloom on this handsome dwarf dogwood in spring. You can plant red osier to hide the bases of taller background shrubs. Kelsey's dwarf red-osier dogwood (Cornus sericea Kelseyi) stays 24 to 30 inches tall and wide in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 2 through 8, with full to part. Cornus sericea Kelseyi (Dwarf Red-Osier Dogwood) Compact mounded form of lush green foliage and clusters of tiny white flowers emerge late in the spring. Fall foliage of oval, deeply veined leaves are brick-red and complemented by white berries Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi' is an unusual dwarf dogwood with a compact form. Lush green leaves: the Latin specific epithet sericea means 'silky'! Foliage turns a rich purple-bronze in autumn which falls to leave twiggy yellow-green stems tipped in orange-red. A fiery effect! Position: Full sun, partial shade. Soil: Almost any soil, grows well. Redosier Dogwood Cornus sericea or Cornus stolonifera. 7 pictures total. Redosier Dogwood leaves . Features. 'Kelseyi' - 2-3 feet tall, winter stems less colorful than the species. 'Silver and Gold' - Winter stems are yellow, leaves are green with a creamy edge
The dwarf redosier dogwood 'Kelseyi' (3') is the smallest of the red twig forms. Yellow-twig forms are also striking. The best of these is 'Flaviramea' (8'), which develops bright yellow to greenish yellow twigs in winter. The pretty 'Silver and Gold' is a variant of 'Flaviramea' with attractive variegated leaves edged in. The Redosier Dogwood is best known for its attractive deep red stems and twigs. This loose form, spreading shrub is great for erosion control and wildlife cover. Its spring show of white clusters of flowers gives way to white berries that attract up to 18 different kinds of birds. The red color against the snow provides brilliant winter interest Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi' Kelsey Red Osier Dwarf Dogwood. A dwarf, broad-rounded shrub with dull, deep red older stems and brighter red younger stems. White flower clusters are accompanied by green foliage that turns reddish-purple in the fall. Size Locatio Cornus stolonifera 'Kelseyi' Red Twig Dogwood. Kelsey dwarf red twig dogwood is a compact, dwarf and spreading ground cover shrub. White flowers in spring and shiny green foliage giving way to bronze and purple in fall. Use in masses in average to wet soil. Red twigs persist until early spring. 2' T X 3' W 'Kelseyi': a low growing, compact shrub, bright red to red-brown. sericea: silky; redosier: this common name apparently is in reference to the resemblance of the reddish stems to those of some willows called osiers, used in basketry (e.g., Salix purpurea). Thin redosier stems can be used in weavings and as basket rims
Plant database entry for Red Twig Dogwood (Cornus sericea subsp. sericea 'Kelseyi') with 3 images, one comment, and 30 data details Dogwood - Redosier. Cornus sericea 'Baileyi' has white flowers followed by bluish fruit. Excellent red fall foliage defoliates to expose reddish purple twigs for winter interest. 'Bailey' Redosier Dogwood is a Bailey Nurseries introduction. It is relatively salt tolerant. Cut the old wood back frequently to maintain the best winter color Red osier-dogwood is an excellent plant for restoration purposes. It is easy to propagate, grows quickly, and has wildlife value. It does well in areas that are seasonally inundated with water. Places along stream banks and shorelines are ideal. It has a fibrous root system which is great for soil stabilization Facts: Twig Dogwood. Family: Cornaceae Genus: Cornus alba, Cornus sanguinea, Cornus sericea (C. stolonifera) Common: Tatarian Dogwood, Bloodtwig Dogwood, Redtwig or Red Osier Dogwood Origin: Cornus alba — native to Siberia and Northern China, Cornus sanguinea native to Europe and Western Asia, Cornus sericea native to Oregon and most of North America, excluding the south from Texas to Florida Cornus Sericea 'Kelseyi' 2gal Description:A dwarf dogwood with a low, compact form and lush green foliage that perfectly foils less attractive bases of larger shrubs. Its neat, rounded shape works well in mass plantings and border foundations. Excellent for erosion control on steep slopes. Bare red stems provide strik
Latin Name: Cornus stolonifera 'Kelseyi' Compact, dwarf shrub with shiny green leaves and reddish branches, used in mass plantings. White flowers in spring turn to white-blue berries. Tolerates shade TWO- Dwarf Kelsey Dogwood #1 Gallon Nursery Pots (technically .66 gallon) Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi' -These are excellent, nicely shaped 1 gallon plants This very hardy dwarf form of Red Twig Dogwood features white flowers in late spring. Its stems remain red throughout the year and provide winter color. Has a neat rounded shape and matures at 2 to 3 feet tall and wide Rocketliners are for gardeners that have busy lives, little time to waste and want to start out with the best planting stock. Kelsey's Dwarf Dogwood (Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi' ) is a true dwarf dogwood with glossy green foliage. Wine-red stems in winter. Excellent as a deciduous shrub border and is very tolerant of wet soils
Home › Find Plants › Cornus stolonifera 'Kelseyi' Plant Details. Cornus stolonifera 'Kelseyi' Redosier or Redtwig Dogwood Zone: 2a, 2b, 3a, 3b, 4a, 4b, 5a, 5b, 6a, 6b, 7a, 7b, 8a, 8b, 9a Minimum 2 feet Report a problem. Truly a dwarf form, this variety forms a neat, dense, low mound--to 18 of bright-green foliage ; red twigs in winter. Other Names: C.stolonifera, Red-Osier. Description: A compact and hardy plant for general garden use, with no single outstanding feature, but valued for its dense, closed habit of growth. Ornamental Features. Kelsey Dogwood has clusters of creamy white flowers at the ends of the branches in late spring. It has green foliage throughout the season Cornus sericea - Red Osier Dogwood. $8.00 Sold out. Cornus series 'Kelseyi' - Dwarf Dogwood. Out of stock. Cornus series 'Kelseyi' - Dwarf Dogwood. $0.00 Sold out. Corydalis scouleri - Scouler's Fumewort. Out of stock. Corydalis scouleri - Scouler's Fumewort. $12.00 Corylus cornuta - Beaked Hazelnut. Buy Now
Redosier Dogwood slide 12a 360% slide 12b 345% slide 12c 360% slide 12d 380% III-21. Redosier Dogwood (Cornus sericea) General Description An open, spreading, multi-stemmed, medium to large shrub with horizontal branches at the base. Freely stolonif-erous as it spreads by natural layering of lower, relativel Red Osier Dogwood - Cornus sericea is a Flowering Native Perennial. Red Osier Dogwood derives its name from its smooth, vibrant red twigs, which are most noticeable in the winter after leaves have fallen off. Depending on the season, it can have flat clusters of white sweet-scented flowers, white berries, and green to red-orange colored leaves
22953 Highview Avenue Lakeville, MN 55044 Phone: (952) 469-2414 Fax: (952) 469-1844 email@example.com Compact rounded shrub with attractive red branches. White clustered flowers in summer are followed by berries that attract birds in winter. Green summer foliage with yellow fall colour. Great for edging the border or in masses Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi' Home / Our Plants / Shrub « Previous Plant | Next Plant » Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi' Kelsey Dwarf Dogwood. Summary; Additional Details » Dwarf growth form with white spring flowers » Bare red stems provide valuable winter color; Height 24 - 30 in Spread 24 - 30 i Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi'This very hardy dwarf form of Red Twig Dogwood features white flowers in late spring. Its stems remain red throughout the year and provide winter color. Has a neat rounded shape and matures at 2 to 3 feet tall and wide. Sold in 2 gallon container. Zone: USDA Z4 - Cold Hardy to -20 to -30(F)Light: Sun to Partial Shad Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi' - Dwarf Red-osier Dogwood. $ 39.00 - $ 59.00. Default sorting Sort by popularity Sort by latest Sort by price: low to high Sort by price: high to low. Showing 37-48 of 349 results. ←
Kelsey's Dwarf Dogwood (Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi' ) is a true dwarf dogwood with glossy green foliage. Wine-red stems in winter. Excellent as a deciduous shrub border and is very tolerant of wet soils. Shipping note: This item will ship within 10 days of purchase date. Does not ship to ID, PR, VI, AK, HI or Guam This western variant of redosier dogwood is native to an area from Alaska to California and east to Montana. It typically occurs on nutrient-rich, moist sites along ponds and lakeshores, in boggy areas, and on riverbanks. Selection of 'Mason' Mason, a cultivar of western redosier dogwood, was cooperatively released in 1992 by the U.S Dogwood, Redosier Dwarf #3 (Cornus sericea 'Bergeson Compact') Compact form has beautiful red stems for great winter interest. Excellent for use in cut arrangements. Cut back one third of oldest stems each year for straight red stems. White flowers in the spring followed by white fruit in late summer. Host to 115 species of Lepidoptera Cornus sericea - Red Osier Dogwood. $8.00 Sold out. Cornus series 'Kelseyi' - Dwarf Dogwood. Out of stock. Cornus series 'Kelseyi' - Dwarf Dogwood. $0.00 Corylus cornuta - Beaked Hazelnut. Buy Now. Corylus cornuta - Beaked Hazelnut. $10.00 Crataegus douglasii - Black Hawthorn
Dwarf Strawberry Tree Carex amplifolia. Big Leaf Sedge Carex obnupta. Slough Sedge Cistus purpureus. Orchid Rockrose Cornus sericea. Red Osier Dogwood Cornus Sericea 'Kelseyi' Kelsey Dwarf Red Osier Dogwood. #1 Cornus sericea 'Bud's Yellow' Bud's Yellow Redosier Dogwood 133 $ 4.85 #1 Cornus stolonifera 'Kelseyi' Kelsey Dwarf Dogwood 1663 $ 5.25 #15 Cornus x Rosy Teacups® Rosy Teacups® Flowering Dogwood 102 $ 88.00 Container Availability 6/2/2021 Order Form PO #: Ph: (800) 223-8410 Fax (541) 754-6181. A low growing shrub, Cornus stolonifera 'Kelseyi' has a densly branching habit and colourful red stems in the winter.The leaves are small, oval, light green and turn shades of red and yellow before falling in autumn. A charming small dogwood, Cornus stolonifera 'Kelseyi' is ideal for gardens in which a full sized selection would be to large
Redosier Dogwood is a fast-growing shrub species. It can be cut back to the ground every 3-5 years to keep it healthy and the stems bright red. This form of pruning is called rejuvenation pruning. It is an easy way to renew your shrub to get rid of all the old, unproductive branches that have lost vigor and in turn their red color If erosion control is a significant reason for your purchase of a red twig dogwood, be sure to seek out the red osier type, specifically. Red osier spreads by suckering to form a colony over time. The root system of such a colony can be very effective at holding back the soil on a hillside. 'Cardinal' is an example of a cultivar to look for Redosier Dogwood is a uniquely beautiful Wisconsin native shrub that provides food and shelter to nearly 100 species of birds. It can be used as a stunning hedge or border plant in just about any soil conditions. Thriving in wet areas, with suckering roots, this hardy shrub can provide erosion control while showing off brilliant red young stems. Cornus sericea 'Kelseyi' - Kelsey red-osier dogwood : The Dawes Arboretu
Red-Osier Dogwood Cornus sericea Dogwood family (Cornaceae) Description: This shrub is 3-9' tall (rarely taller), developing multiple ascending stems from the ground. The basal stems branch outward toward along the upper portion of each shrub. The mature stems become woody; their bark is smooth, dark red, hairless, and shiny (less often it is. Cornus Sericea Kelseyi Red Twig Dogwood. 63728B. Product Photos. Hover on image to Zoom. Touch on image to Zoom. of Images & Videos. Share by email. 63728B. Cornus Sericea Kelseyi Red Twig Dogwood. 63728B. Pick-Up, Delivery, or Shipping. Select at Cart. Conveniently pick-up your items from your branch Red Twig Dogwood, Redosier Dogwood, Red Osier Dogwood 'Kelseyi' (Cornus sericea) by darius Jul 30, 2002 5:03 PM Same plant as above, different angle, and against snow PLEASE NOTE: Pucker Up! ® Red Twig Dogwood Cornus us is restricted and cannot be shipped to the state(s) of FL. Maintenance Notes: This is a very low-maintenance plant that rarely needs pruning. If you wish to prune it, do so in early spring. Year-old and younger stems will show some red color in winter, but its slow-growing habit means that.
11. 2-Gallon White Red Twig Dogwood Accent Shrub in Pot. Model #NURSERY. Find My Store. for pricing and availability. 1. Monrovia. 2.6-Quart White Red Twig Dogwood Accent Shrub in Pot. Model #027731 Red Twig Dogwood Choices The many cultivars of Red Twig Dogwood offer differences in size, color of leaves and color of the stems. Alleman's Compact is a compact plant reaching a height of 4 feet. Kelseyi is a dwarf cultivar only three feet tall and three feet wide. Cardinal is a selection developed in Minnesota with bright red stems Bunchberry dogwood has whorls of 4-7 leaves and clusters of small, greenish-white or yellowish flowers in a central button surrounded by 4 white, petal-like bracts. Its leaves, although smaller than red-osier dogwood, have similar prominent parallel veins and latex. It has clusters of bright red, fleshy fruits with a single hard seed Isanti 'Isanti' - C. sericea cultivar; relatively dwarf form, 5-6 feet tall, low, dense, mounding; heavy fruiting Kelseyi 'Kelseyi' - C. sericea cultivar; dwarf form, to 3 feet Silver and Gold 'Silver and Gold' - C. sericea cultivar; yellow bark form with variegated leave The best way to find and locate wholesale plants. Source plants faster than ever with our revolutionary plant search engine. Find plants by name, distance or feature
. It can tolerate swampy or boggy soils, heavy clay soils, and wet soils. Fiery, red stems stand out during the winter. In the spring, tiny white fragrant flowers appear and develop into white berries that are an excellent source of food for wildlife and birds. Also, Isanti. A Red Osier Dogwood thicket in late fall. Like most dogwoods, it has opposite leaves and branches. Note the distinctive shiny red bark. Near the ground it tends to be more green. The coloration appears to be dependent on whether the sun shines on the bark. Where shaded, it is green. In the sun, it is red