The Q&A Archives: Cornus sericea vs. Cornus stolonifera

Question: What, if any, is the difference between Cornus sericea and Cornus stolonifera?

Answer: Cornus sericea is commonly known as Redosier Dogwood. It is a large, spreading shrub that grows to a height of 7 to 9' with beautiful red stems/twigs. Cornus stolonifera is an older name for the same species.<br><br>

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