Siberian Dogwood is a oval shrub with good fall display and red winter twig color. The leaves are medium green and it flowers in early spring. The flowers are yellowish-white which turn to bluish-white berries. The flowers attract butterflies and the bluish-white berries attract birds. Siberian Dogwood likes to be planted in full sun or partial sun and well drained soil. Siberian Dogwood will grow from 4' to 7' tall and 3' to 5' wide.
Siberian Dogwood is useful as a shrub border, or hedge, or screening. 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 purple-red in the fall.