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Silky Dogwood

Cornus amomum
SOIL/SITE: Tolerates poorly drained soils
USES: Planted for hedgerows, windbreaks and for stream bank erosion control
WILDLIFE VALUE: Fruit eaten by game birds, especially important as a source of food for migrating songbirds; twigs are an important source of winter browse for deer and rabbits.
FLOWERS/FRUIT: August and September - fruits are bluish in color
SEED SOURCE: New Hampshire

Age Comment per 10 per 25 per 100 per 500 per 1000

1-2 yr 6-12" $15 $25 $80 N/A N/A

Low inventory as of January 30, 2018.

Also available in the Dogwood Package.

Description

Mature height: a small to medium sized shrub to 12'.
Silky Dogwood Seedlings
Silky Dogwood Seedlings
Silky Dogwood
Silky Dogwood

SEEDLING CATALOG


Seedling Catalog

Click here for a pdf of the Spring 2019 catalog. Please download a copy of the catalog as there are a limited number of hard copy catalogs available due to high demand for them. See link to order form below.

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NOTICE:  PLEASE CONTACT THE NURSERY DIRECTLY FOR AVAILABILITY, AS THE NURSERY IS OPEN FOR WALK IN SALES AND ORDER PICKUP.

SOLD OUT:  Balsam Fir 8-12", Balsam Fir 3-2 Transplants, Canaan Fir, Fraser Fir 3 year 8-12" Tall,  Red Spruce 2 year, Elderberry, American Larch.

     Songbird/Wildlife Packages will have substitutions for nannyberry and juneberry,  as the packages containing those species have sold out


LOW INVENTORY:  White Pine 2 year, Red Oak 2 year, European Highbush Cranberry, Winterberry Holly and American Plum.