Red Gnome Dogwood (Cornus alba ‘Regnzam’)

Red Gnome Dogwood

Extremely resilient and adaptable the Dogwood Red Gnome is ideal for a broad variety of landscaping uses. Versatility makes this densely-branched shrub an excellent choice for diverse garden plans, from linear, careful designs to focal, impact planting.

Red Gnome is a lightly textured foliage option that maintains a fairly round shape, creating an excellent point of contrast against other shrubs in your garden.

Grown in a row to edge a yard or in a layered bank of greenery, these compact and low-growing shrubs create natural boundaries of color that vary from season to season. Clusters of white flowers at the tips of the stems in spring turn to white berries in summer.

Summer dark green foliage begins to deepen to showy burgundy in fall. Winter, Dogwood Red Gnome’s dormant season, surprises with stems of deep red that stand out in the landscape. Four seasons of color makes the Dogwood Red Gnome a standout for your garden!

Introduce Dogwood Red Gnome to your garden for color that reflects the beauty of each season

  • Red Stems In Winter
  • Fast Growing
  • Compact & Dense Growth
  • White Blooms & White Berries

Red Gnome Dogwood (Cornus alba ‘Regnzam’) Details

Common name Red Gnome Dogwood
Botanical name Cornus alba 'Regnzam'
Hardiness zone 3-8
Height 4 - 5 ft.
Width 3 - 4 ft.
Sunlight Full Sun, Partial Shade
Soil condition Widely adaptable
Pollinator-friendly Yes
Flower color White
Leaf color Green