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Cornus stolonifera 'Flaviramea'

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Cornus stolonifera 'Flaviramea', or yellow dogwood, produces stunning yellow stems which make a marvellous winter show. Green foliage turns red before falling and white flowers add spring interest.

  • Best Features: Lime-yellow stems, wildlife friendly, year round interest
  • Ideal For Hedges: 1-3m high
  • Growth Rate: Average| 20-40cm a year
  • Position: Moist or normal soil in sun or partial shade is ideal, inland
  • Also Consider: Our other Cornus hedging species for a choice of lively winter colour.
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Dogwood Hedge - Yellow (Cornus stolonifera 'Flaviramea') description

The lime yellow stems of Cornus stolonifera 'Flaviramea' stand out boldly during winter months. Green foliage turns attractive shades of red adding autumn colour and the white flowers are wildlife friendly making this Yellow Dogwood a popular hedging choice.

Popular uses of Cornus stolonifera 'Flaviramea'

Ideal for informal settings these Dogwood plants can be used in many planting schemes such as garden hedging. Plant Cornus stolonifera 'Flaviramea' in front of an established or new evergreen screen to add a splash of vibrant colour. Dogwood will do well in poor soils so a nutrient lacking soil is no problem.

Combine Yellow Dogwood hedging with

Plant Cornus stolonifera 'Flaviramea' as an individual hedge or enhance with other vibrant Dogwood hedging plants to create a sizzling mix.

Growth rate of Dogwood hedges

Yellow Dogwood is fast growing and can achieve approximately 40-60cm pa. Dogwood stolonifera Flaviramea is perfect for heights between 1-3m.

Care advice for Cornus stolonifera 'Flaviramea' hedging

Yellow Dogwood hedging benefits from a ‘less is more’ trimming approach. It does not need pruning in its first year. After that, Cornus stolonifera 'Flaviramea' should be cut right back to approximately a 4” inch base from the ground. By pruning this much in February/March, before the buds appear, it encourages more brightly coloured shoots. Please view the Best4hedging Care and Planting instructions in our Advice section.

Suggested planting density of Yellow Dogwood

For information on planting density, specific to Cornus stolonifera 'Flaviramea', please see the product table above. In the 'No. Per Metre' column you will find our recommended plant density for each individual plant species and root type.

Yellow Dogwood hedges are available to buy year round as Pot Grown and Cell Grown plants. Bare Roots are available from November to late April/early May and can be pre-ordered for delivery in early autumn.

The bulk of our Yellow Dogwoods are UK grown by our specialists who have years of nursery growing understanding and proficiency under their belt. On the odd occasion when we do source Yellow Dogwood from Europe, we ensure that our suppliers are top-ranking in quality. At best4hedging we make every effort to make sure that your plants reach you in the freshest condition and that they are of the highest quality, all whilst protecting our great prices. Rest assured, you can buy Yellow Dogwood Hedging Plants online with absolute confidence.

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Pot grown and cell grown plants are available year round and make a great option when planting a hedge. Pots come in various sizes, as do the plants grown in them, and can be planted when convenient for you. These plants will be happy in their pots, given enough water, until you’re ready to plant. Cell Grown plants are usually small, 10-30cm and a great step between Pots and Bare Roots.

What's the difference between Bare Root, Root Ball, Pot Grown and Cell Grown?

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Bare root hedging plants are extremely popular. They are delivered and should be planted during the dormant season (usually November to April) and can be pre ordered from mid-summer. We recommend pre-ordering where possible to reserve your plants but take new orders right the way through the season. Bare roots are a cost effective way of planting a new hedge.

What's the difference between Bare Root, Root Ball, Pot Grown and Cell Grown?

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Root balls are generally available from October through to April/May, though some species are available year round. The plants are field grown and then lifted with a ‘ball’ of soil around the roots that is secured with hessian and sometimes wire. Root balls are often very impressive plants that can be pre ordered from mid-summer.

What's the difference between Bare Root, Root Ball, Pot Grown and Cell Grown?

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Instant hedging provides immediate impact to any project. These hedge units are grown in troughs or strong bags where they are shaped and pruned over many years to create a hedging panel that is already knitted together, producing an impressive instant hedge. Instant hedging is available to plant year round.

What's the difference between Bare Root, Root Ball, Pot Grown and Cell Grown?

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Here you will see all of the hedging plants that we provide in this species under one tab. From small cell grown plants to large root balls it’s all here! To narrow down the list or view the root types individually please use the other tabs.

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Feedback for Cornus stolonifera 'Flaviramea' has been compiled from 5 customer reviews

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Cornus stolonifera 'Flaviramea'

  • Customer also bought: .... :
  • Cornus alba 'Sibirica'
  • Cornus alba hedging
  • Cornus sanguinea hedging
  • Rosa rugosa 'Alba' (White)
  • Viburnum opulus hedge plants
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Cornus stolonifera 'Flaviramea'

  • Customer also bought: .... :
  • Beech hedge plants
  • Cornus alba 'Sibirica'
  • RHS Endorsed Rootgrow Mycorrhizal Fungi
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healthy
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Cornus stolonifera 'Flaviramea'

  • Customer also bought: .... :
  • Cornus alba 'Sibirica'
  • Cornus sanguinea hedging
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Excellent
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Cornus stolonifera 'Flaviramea'

  • Customer also bought: .... :
  • Cornus alba 'Sibirica'
  • Cornus alba hedging
  • Cornus sanguinea hedging
  • Rosa rugosa 'Rubra' (Pink)
  • Rosa rugosa 'Alba' (White)
  • Dog Rose hedge plants
  • Sambucus nigra hedge plants
  • Forsythia hedge
  • Viburnum opulus hedge plants
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  • Hornbeam hedge plants
  • RHS Endorsed Rootgrow Mycorrhizal Fungi
  • Mypex Ground Cover Fabric | Weed Suppressing Membrane
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  • Cornus alba 'Sibirica'
  • Viburnum lantana hedge
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