Roughleaf Dogwood

Roughleaf Dogwood

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An amazing anchor for a wildlife garden, Roughleaf Dogwood provides nectar and berries to many species of birds and butterflies. It produces white flowers in the spring, berries in the summer, and the leaves turn reddish-bronze in the winter.

Good as a single specimen or planted in mass to make a dense foliage screen. It is happy in neutral to wet soils and would work in a rain garden.

Mature height

15 feet

Mature width

10 feet

Sunny or Shady


Sun Exposure Type

Type 3-5

Spring/Summer appearance

Green foliage, white flowers, black berries

Fall/Winter appearance

Bronze foliage

Wildlife support

Birds, butterflies

Freeze Hardy


Botanical Name

Cornus drummondii