This Northwoods favorite is known for its trademark set of four beautifully textured leaves with bright red berries suspended above. Bunchberry (Cornus canadensis) looks great when planted individually or in small groups of 3, 5 or 7. Mix with other low growing flowers and sedges so it can show off its berries in late summer. Requires a cool, acid soil with humus for best results. Not recommended for southern gardens warmer than Zone 5. Hardy to Zones 3 – 5.
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