Yellow Twig Dogwood (Cornus Lutea) grows 6 to 8 feet tall and 5 to 6 feet wide in an upright form offers nice deep green foliage in the summer and bright yellow twigs in the winter. This sunny effect brightens every winter day. It contrasts well with red twig dogwood. Fall foliage is purplish in color. White star shaped flowers adorn the plant in early summer, which are followed by white berries. This adaptable plant works well in a variety of situations, especially in wet areas that can pose a problem for many other plants. It has a moderate growth rate and is very good at controlling erosion. It loves moist soil… the wetter the better. It works well in marshy areas or along streams. Once established, it will survive light drought. Any extended dry periods will require some watering.
Full sun to partial shade is recommended.
1-2 ft, 2-3 ft