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The red-barked dog­wood is grown mainly for its at­trac­tive ruby­coloured win­ter stems but it also has hand­some var­ie­gated grey­green fo­liage with white mar­gins from spring to au­tumn. It’s a plant with year-round in­ter­est – small groups of creamy-white flow­ers from May to June are fol­lowed by white berries. Grow in full sun to make the most of the win­ter stem colour. Likes moist roots, so plant by a pond or in a win­ter bor­der. H and S3m (10ft)

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