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Creep­ing dog­wood is an es­pe­cially el­e­gant plant for a wood­land bor­der, with green leaves that surround white petal-like flower bracts like a col­lar (May–June). Tiny, pea­sized, glossy red berries ap­pear in au­tumn. Creep­ing roots al­low this plant to colonise ar­eas of well-drained, neu­tral to acid soil. It ben­e­fits from the ad­di­tion of leaf­mould when plant­ing. H10cm (4in) S1.5m (5ft)

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