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Re: Cornus

> Bummer, Chris.   But thanks for the information.   Midwinter Fire certainly
> was impressive as a bare leafed plant.

The best Cornus over all was Cornus alba 'Argenteo-marginata'.  The 
stems rated as high as 'Midwinter Fire' in winter, but the spring and
summer effect is obviously better because of the variegation.

This link will only work for a few weeks, but here's a photo:


The high rating is one of the reasons I decided to carry that dogwood.


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