Cornus - Arctic Fire® - Proven Winners® - 4" Potted Rocketliners®

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Photos courtesy of Proven Winners® and Van Belle Nursery, Inc.

Rocketliners® are sized, shaped and rooted throughout the pot with strong and responsive roots. Gardeners can expect a finished healthy plant within a single growing season. They have greater fresh root mass and vertical root training which promotes faster finishing times. While it can often take up to 3 years for a shrub or vine to get fully established growing from bareroot, Rocketliners® may only take 12 months, saving you up to 2 seasons of waiting time. Rocketliners® are for gardeners that have busy lives, little time to waste and want to start out with the best planting stock.

About this Variety

Arctic Fire® Red Dogwood (Cornus stolonifera ‘Farrow’ USPP#18523) by Proven Winners® is a beautiful Northern variety with extreme winter interest due to super red stems that shine against the snow. This compact, improved variety also provides lush green foliage in season and is tolerant of a wide variety of location and planting conditions. It’s also deer resistant and native to North America.

Highlights

  • Extreme winter interest
  • Upright form
  • Shrubs are the cornerstone of landscapes
  • Rocketliners® have a greater fresh root mass and root training for faster finishing times

Exposure:

Full Sun to Partial Shade

Blooms:

Late Spring

Height:

Grows 4' tall

Spacing/Depth:

Plant 3-4' apart with the root ball even with ground level

USDA Zones:

Hardy in zones 2-9

Growing Instructions

Dig a hole two times the width of the Liner pot. Set top of root ball even with ground level. Combine planting mix and garden soil. Fill to ground level and tamp down firmly. Water to settle soil. Add layer of mulch to retain moisture and discourage weeds. Water regularly for the first year, then as needed once established. Feed with a quality fertilizer following application and frequency instructions, typically just before and during the bloom season.

Care Tip

Prune in early spring, once the threat of frost is over to encourage healthy, fresh, bushy growth.