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Cornus canadensis
BUNCHBERRY

SKU: 1171-10
Regular price 7.99
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Cornus canadensis is a species of flowering plant in the dogwood family. Common names include Canadian dwarf cornel, and Canadian bunchberry. Unlike its relatives, which are for the most part substantial trees and shrubs, C. canadensis is a slow-growing herbaceous perennial growing 10–20 cm tall, generally forming a carpet-like mat. It is used as ornamental groundcover in gardens. It prefers moist acidic soil.

In late spring to midsummer, white flowers are produced. Its native distribution includes Japan, North Korea, northeastern China (Jilin Province), the Russian Far East, the northern United States, Colorado, New Mexico, Canada and Greenland. Cornus canadensis typically inhabits montane and boreal coniferous forests, where it is found growing along the margins of moist woods, on old tree stumps, in mossy areas, and among other open and moist habitats.

Type: Hardy perennial

Height: 20 cm, 10"

Hardiness zones: 2-7

Note: Ornamental use only. These seeds and/or plants are poisonous.

Germination: Start these seeds indoors right away for best germination rates. Soak the seeds for 12-24 hours before planting. Sow the seeds just under the surface of a seed-start mix, and water in. First keep them at room temperature for 60 days. This helps break the phytohormones which inhibit germination. Then cover them with plastic to retain moisture, and then place in a fridge for 150 days. Be sure they stay lightly moist. Then bring them to approximately 21°C, 70°F for germination.

Cornus canadensis
BUNCHBERRY

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Regular price 7.99
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Description

Cornus canadensis is a species of flowering plant in the dogwood family. Common names include Canadian dwarf cornel, and Canadian bunchberry. Unlike its relatives, which are for the most part substantial trees and shrubs, C. canadensis is a slow-growing herbaceous perennial growing 10–20 cm tall, generally forming a carpet-like mat. It is used as ornamental groundcover in gardens. It prefers moist acidic soil.

In late spring to midsummer, white flowers are produced. Its native distribution includes Japan, North Korea, northeastern China (Jilin Province), the Russian Far East, the northern United States, Colorado, New Mexico, Canada and Greenland. Cornus canadensis typically inhabits montane and boreal coniferous forests, where it is found growing along the margins of moist woods, on old tree stumps, in mossy areas, and among other open and moist habitats.

Type: Hardy perennial

Height: 20 cm, 10"

Hardiness zones: 2-7

Note: Ornamental use only. These seeds and/or plants are poisonous.

Germination: Start these seeds indoors right away for best germination rates. Soak the seeds for 12-24 hours before planting. Sow the seeds just under the surface of a seed-start mix, and water in. First keep them at room temperature for 60 days. This helps break the phytohormones which inhibit germination. Then cover them with plastic to retain moisture, and then place in a fridge for 150 days. Be sure they stay lightly moist. Then bring them to approximately 21°C, 70°F for germination.