Cornus canadensis (Creeping Dogwood)
Cornus canadensis, commonly known as Creeping Dogwood or Bunchberry, is a small perennial plant that is native to North America. It spreads by creeping rhizomes and forms a low carpet-like groundcover. It has green oval-shaped leaves arranged in whorls and produces clusters of small white flowers in spring, followed by bright red berries in the summer. This plant is often found in forests and shady areas.
34 Nurseries grow this plant.
2-6 inches High and 12-18 inches Spread
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