The Ivory Halo dwarf dogwood has beautiful green leaves with creamy white “halo” margins and it also has remarkable red winter stems, the combination of which provides gorgeous visual interest all year. Compact and rounded, it works in shrub borders, mass plantings, and as a low hedge.
This beautiful dogwood is suitable for hardiness zones 3-7, and grows to a moderate 5-6 feet tall and wide. It doesn’t mind very wet areas, but does best in well-drained, moist soil. Once established, it will tolerate clay and sand.
A lovely and compact choice for foundations, mass plantings, or hedges, the Ivory Halo Dogwood is sure to please for years to come.
- Ivory Halo is a dwarf dogwood suitable for use in shrub borders, as a low hedge, or mass plantings.
- This plant is prized for its bright red winter stems and variegated green and white foliage.
- With its winter color, the Ivory Halo Dogwood provides year-round interest.
- A wonderful choice for wet areas and woodland gardens.
- White spring flowers give way to blue and white berries that attract birds.
Ivory Halo Dogwood
Cornus alba 'Bailhalo'