Cornelian cherry (Cornus mas)
Massive bush which in time grows into a beautiful tree with a spreading and round crown.
It reaches a height of 4 to 7 m.
Cornelian is a plant whose fruits are harvested from July to October.
PLACE: sunny, grows well in semi-shaded place.
Frost-resistant plant.USAGE: is a plant that can be eaten raw but most often is used to make jams, juices or liqueurs.
This plant can also be used to create hedges.
Cornelian is a plant whose medicinal properties are recognized for centuries. It is applicable in medicine among others for gastrointestinal disorders and a decoction of Cornelian helps curing migraines.
Cornus alba ’Sibirica’ (Cornus alba ’Sibirica’)
Other common names: Siberian dogwood, tatarian dogwood.
Is a rapid-growing deciduous shrub, especially decorative in winter, because of the bright red stems. Blooms with white flowers in May and in August produces white fruits.
It reaches about 3 meters in high and 2 meters wide.
Grows best in moist, rich soils and sunny position, also tolerates partial shade.
Is hardy and disease resistant.
Recommended for planting in parks, gardens, public green spaces. Great for line screens, hedges, shrub borders or site shrubs.
Has been given the Award of Garden Merit by the Royal Horticultural Society.
Very nice is also expressed in a variety of compositions.
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