Cornus canadensis (Creeping Dogwood, Bunchberry)

Family: Cornaceae
Zone:2 - 8
Natural Range:North America
Soil:  Moist humus rich
Light: Part shade, shade
Height: 4" - 8"
Bloom Time:  May to July
Attributes: Semi-evergreen.  Elliptic, glossy green leaves to 2" long formed in a false whorl at the top of a stem.  Flowers are surrounded with white bracts.  Clusters of red berries in late summer.
Notes:  Extremely attractive ground-cover once established.  Needs to be planted in the same type of soil as Rhododendrons and other Ericaceous plants.

Pot Size:  4" Pot