Red twig dogwood reveals purple-red leaves in the fall, with fluffy white berries that attract birds and other wildlife. It tolerates a wide range of conditions, and in Zones 3 through 8, it is very winter hardy.
- Soak seeds in water for 24 hours before planting them in a potting mix with a pH of 6-7.
- Place the pot in a shady area and keep it moist until it starts to sprout leaves.
- Once it has sprouted leaves, you can move it into direct sunlight or partial shade.