Native Plant Encyclopedia

  Silky DogwoodCornus amomum var. schuetzeana  

  Recommended Planting Range

  (previously: Cornus amomum)


Silky dogwood grows in wet meadows, near streams or seepages, and at the edges of sedge fens or marshes in muck or sedge peat. The branches arch gracefully, and root where they touch the ground. The blue berries are important wildlife food.

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