Fast Growing Red Twig Dogwood?

Answer Red twig dogwod (Cornus sericea) is a member of the vast and diverse dogwood family. Red twig is a fast-growing, shrubby dogwood favored for its bright red branches that show when bare in winter. T... Read More »

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How fast do dogwood trees grow?

According to the Arbor Day Foundation, dogwood trees grow at a medium rate, or 13 to 24 inches per year. A mature dogwood tree can grow to a height and width of 25 feet.Source:Arbor Day Foundation:... Read More »

Fast-Growing Ferns?

Ferns are desirable for their beautifully textured foliage and for the fact that most will grow well even in the shade. In fact, many ferns prefer shady areas with cool, moist soil. Some ferns grow... Read More »

Fast Growing Deciduous Hedges?

Good fences might make good neighbors, but good hedges are friendlier and prettier. Choose plants in keeping with the general feel of your garden. If your landscape is formal and restrained, you'll... Read More »

Fast-Growing California Vines?

Fast-growing vines provide the ideal way in which to add colorful and fragrant touches to your landscape or cover less attractive structural elements in a yard. Many vines grow in the warmer climat... Read More »