envelope icon phone icon

Content is below menu. Find the page you want, then scroll down. Current page in white text.

About Us

Home

Ideas

Trees

Conifers

Food Forests

Leaf Trees

Birch & Kin

Crabapples

Dogwoods

Lilacs

Maples

Ninebark

Oak & Walnut

Oleasters

Plum

Poplars

Roses

This & That

Willows

Inventory

Care

Our Forests

Almanac

Links


All revolutionary new ideas have to pass through three stages, which may be summed up by these reactions: (1) 'It's crazy --- don't waste my time.' (2) 'It's possible, but it's not worth doing.' (3) 'I always said it was a good idea.'
Arthur C. Clarke

Typical Pine

The edge were tree meets field creates a haven for all sorts of critters.

Redosier Dogwood

This is the native dogwood, with a dark crimson bark. Moderately dark leaves, glorious dark red purple fall colour.

In winter the red bark adds colour to a landscape that badly needs it.

Prune to make bushy, or take the bushhog over it every 3-4 years.

Good shelterbelt species for damp areas.

Good deer distractant. (The deer can eat it instead of your garden.)

White berries are of interest to birds. Non poisonous, but don't have much taste.

Leaf -- Dogwood

Species/Cultivar Container/Format Count Size Price
Dogwood, Ivory Halo #4 Std pot (12 qt) 3 18-24 in. $25.00
Dogwood, Pagoda #5 Std pot (15 qt) 14 3.5-4.5 ft. $40.00
Dogwood, Red Osier #2 Std pot (6 qt) -45 $18.00
Dogwood, Red Osier #2 Std pot (6 qt) 45 18-30 in. $18.00
Dogwood, Red Osier 1000 ml Styroblock -20 $6.00
Dogwood, Red Osier 1000 ml Styroblock 375 16-24 in. $6.00
Dogwood, Red Osier 125 ml plug -360 $3.00
Dogwood, Red Osier 125 ml plug 360 12-16 in. $3.00
Dogwood, Red Osier Bare Root Seedling -160 $3.25
Dogwood, Red Osier Bare Root Seedling 200 12-18 in. $3.50


Got something to say? Email me: sfinfo@sherwoods-forests.com

Interesting? Share this page.

Want to talk right now? Talk to me: (8 am to 8 pm only, please) 1-780-848-2548


Back to Top
Copyright © 2008 - 2018 S. G. Botsford

Sherwood's Forests is located about 75 km southwest of Edmonton, Alberta. Please refer to the map on our Contact page for directions.