Cornus Alba Aurea
A beautiful plant in all seasons with deep red branches upright in the winter months and soft yellow leaves which appear in the spring and darken to a golden yellow. Clusters of white flowers blossom in the summer months and are sometimes accompanied by blue-white berries. Golden Dogwood are deciduous shrubs. They can grow up to 8 feet tall and 8 feet wide.
Main interest: Bare red branches add colour in the winter months
Exposure:Full sun, partial shade, clay, sand, loam, well drained or medium
Flower colour: white, June to August
Foliage:yellow leaves darkening to an orange-yellow by fall.
Hardiness:Zone 3: -40 ° C
Height: 8 ft (2.5 m),
Width: 8 ft (2.5m)
Use: Flower borders and beds