Kelsey Dogwood is a very hardy deciduous shrub surviving temperatures of up to -50 degrees. It will grow from 4' to 7' tall and just as wide. Kelsey Dogwood likes to be planted in full sun to part shade and likes moist, well drained soil. It will also tolerate wet soils making it a good selection for wet areas. Kelsey Dogwood will have white showy flowers that emerge in late spring to give it a splash of color.
Plant Kelsey Dogwood as a hedge, use it for screening, or a Woodland garden. It will have red stems in the winter making it a choice for adding some interest to a winter vase. Kelsey Dogwood will also tolerate being planted in acidic soil.