Bailey Red Twig Dogwood
Bailey Red Twig Dogwood is a spreading shrub with good fall display and red winter twig color. It does best in moist, soil. The leaves are dark green and it flowers late May to early summer. The flowers are small and white which turn to blue berries. The flowers attract butterflies and the blue berries attract birds. Bailey Red Twig Dogwood likes to be planted in full sun or partial sun and moist, well drained soil.
Bailey Red Twig Dogwood is useful as a specimen plant, accent, shrub border, or hedge. Plant singly or in groups for winter color. The bright red stems make a good cutting for a floral arrangement or to brighten up a table top in the winter. The leaves turn a reddish-purple in the fall.
Bailey Red Twig Dogwood is a native shrub for our area.