Cornus canadensis

One of our most attractive native wildflowers, this woodland plant makes a wonderful groundcover under a canopy of trees, or in any reasonably moist shady . Cornus canadensis is a PERENNIAL growing to 0. It is hardy to zone (UK) and is not frost tender.

Bunchberry is a low-growing perennial that spreads by rhizomes that . Bunchberry dogwoo Canadian bunchberry. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Rocky Mountain Research Station, Fire . Most gardeners know Dogwoods as trees or shrubs, but this species produces short creeping plants that are delightful at the front of a shade.

Cornus canadensis: Bunchberry at Portland Nursery and Garden Center. Buy creeping dogwood Cornus canadensis: Delivery by Crocus. Photos and information about Minnesota flora – Bunchberry: single ¾ to 1-inch flower with petal-like bracts and a rounded cluster of tiny greenish flowers in the .

Learn all about Bunchberry (Cornus canadensis) – what it looks like, where it grows, how to grow, where to buy. Canadian bunchberry) Cornaceae (Dogwood family) Introduction to Vascular Plants . Accepted Name: Cornus unalaschkensis Ledeb. Treated in Flora of the PNW as: Cornus canadensis. Name: Cornus, from the Latin, cornu, horn, antler; canadensis, from the Latin, of Canada; Bunchberry, from the appearance of the tightly . This plant requires shade during the heat of the day. Cornus canadensis is a very pretty ground cover plant for using in problem areas of the garden.

Plants will create a weed-beating blanket, and are good for . Bunchberry (Cornus Canadensis) can be eaten raw as a trailside nibble while hiking. Although many people find the Bunchberry tasteless; but . Cornus canadensis – Canadisk hønsebær – stk. Selve blomsten, der er ganske lille med mørke støvdragere, omgives .