Ivory Halo is a rapid-growing, multi-stemmed, suckering, deciduous shrub that is native to eastern and central Asia in areas in part inhabited by Tatars or Tartars. It typically matures to 8-10' tall. Creamy white flowers in flat-topped clusters (cymes to 2 1/2" across) bloom in late spring, sometimes with sparse, intermittent, additional flowering continuing into early summer. Flowers give way to white berries (drupes tinged with blue-green) which ripen in mid-summer. Fruits are attractive to birds. Ovate to elliptic leaves (to 4 1/2" long) are bright yellow in full sun but greenish yellow in part shade.
Exposure: Full Sun/Part Shade
Height (mature): 6 ft.
Width (mature): 6 ft.
Shape: Compact, Round Habit
Foliage: White and green variegated leaves
Cornus Sericea 'Ivory Halo' (Red Twig Dogwood)
Delivery and plantings are currently available in Somerset, Morris, Hunterdon and Mercer counties.