Cornus Sericea (Stolonifera) - Roter Twigged Hartriegel
- Cornus sericea (Stolonifera) - Roter Twigged Hartriegel
Cornus sericea (Stolonifera) - Roter Twigged Hartriegel
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Roter twigged Hartriegel hat helle rote Winterzweigfärbung. Es toleriert die meisten Lichteinwirkungen und feuchten Böden. Die Pflanze wird 8 Fuß hoch und 10 Fuß breit. Die Wachstumsrate ist langsam, insbesondere nach dem Umpflanzen, und das Wurzelsystem erzeugt Saugnäpfe.
Drei Sorten werden aufgelistet: Flaviramea - grünlich gelbe Zweige; 'kelseyi' - niedrig wachsend, kompakt, 24 bis 30 Zoll groß; 'Nitida' - grüne Zweige.
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FAQ - 💬
❓ Is Cornus sericea the same as Cornus stolonifera?
👉 Cornus sericea L. Red Twig Dogwood variety with a Yellow Twig Dogwood (Cornus sericea 'Flaviramea') in the background. Names: Cornus sericea is synonymous with Cornus stolonifera.
❓ Is Cornus sericea poisonous?
👉 The berries are somewhat palatable - some people believe the whiter berries are less bitter than the bluer berries - but both can cause vomiting and mild symptoms of toxicity when consumed in large quantities.
❓ Is red osier dogwood good for wildlife?
👉 The leaves and bark of dogwood are extremely palatable for livestock and wildlife such as deer and moose, earning dogwood the nickname of “deer candy”.
❓ Where does red twig dogwood grow best?
👉 full sunRed twig dogwood will grow well in full sun, or in part shade, but twig color is best in full sun and plants become stretched and weak when grown in full shade. In winter gardens, these are essential shrubs for the variety in their twig coloring – in spite of their name.
❓ How fast does a red twig dogwood grow?
👉 While many dogwoods are rather slow-growing plants, red twig dogwoods are among the faster-growing types. You can expect the plants to add at least 2 feet of growth each year.
❓ What is the reddest red twig dogwood?
👉 'Sibirica Variegata' This is the variegated form of the 'Sibirica', the best known type of red twig dogwood. It has the same sparkling red stems, but the foliage is edged in white, with pink tints, and then develops wine red shades in fall.
❓ Are red dogwood berries poisonous to dogs?
👉 Dogwood trees and shrubs are not poisonous or toxic to dogs. Shrubs that shed berries may cause gastrointestinal upset such as vomiting and diarrhea if consumed in excess.
❓ What eats red twig dogwood?
👉 Dogwood sawflies feed on the leaves of several shrubby dogwood species including gray dogwood (Cornus racemosa), blood-twig dogwood (Cornus sanguinea) and red osier dogwood (Cornus sericea). The larvae have chewing mouthparts that create sizable holes in leaves.
❓ Where is the best place to plant a dogwood bush?
👉 Choose a site for your dogwoods that is well-drained but does not get extremely dry. Soil high in organic matter is best. Dogwoods can be planted in full sun or partial shade, though partial shade is best (morning sun in particular). Dogwoods are typically an understory tree in the wild.
❓ Is red osier dogwood invasive?
👉 It is considered to be potentially invasive there (WBIS, 2009).
❓ What does a red twig dogwood look like in summer?
👉 While twig dogwoods don't produce the showy petal-like bracts of the flowering dogwoods, these shrubs can put on a profusion of 1- to 2-1/2-inch-wide clusters of small white blooms for a week or so in early summer. These flowers develop into attractive white, blue or black fruits in the fall that birds can't resist.
❓ What is Cornus sericea?
👉 Cornus sericea is a popular ornamental shrub that is often planted for the red coloring of its twigs in the dormant season. The cultivars 'Bud's Yellow', 'Flaviramea' with lime green stems, and 'Hedgerows Gold' (variegated foliage) have gained the Royal Horticultural Society 's Award of Garden Merit (confirmed 2017).
❓ Is Cornus sericea a dogwood tree?
👉 Cornus sericea. Cornus sericea, syn. C. stolonifera, Swida sericea, red osier or red-osier dogwood, is a species of flowering plant in the family Cornaceae, native throughout northern and western North America from Alaska east to Newfoundland, south to Durango and Nuevo León in the west, and Illinois and Virginia in the east.
❓ What is the difference between sericea and Stolonifera?
👉 Sericea means covered with fine, silky hairs, which are found on the undersides of the leaves, especially on the veins; or on the young branches. Stolonifera means “bearing stolons (running stems),” due to this shrub’s habit of spreading by the layering of prostrate stems.
❓ Why is it called osier twig?
👉 Twigs are smooth with a unique and attractive red colour; showy in winter. Its dense branching serves as wildlife habitat and prominent browse for deer and rabbits. The name osier is French for 'willow shoot' due to its smooth colorful twigs.
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