Providing interest in the garden in all four seasons, 'Midwinter Fire' is a Bloodtwig Dogwood adored for its colorful bark, pretty flowers, abundant berries, and fall foliage color. Perhaps the most outstanding feature are the harvest gold winter stems that are tipped with red twigs which stand out especially nice against a dark background or snowy backdrop. In late spring, flat-topped clusters of tiny creamy white flowers the butterflies and beneficial pollinators will appreciate are borne at the tips of stems. Clusters of deep purple-black berries the birds will enjoy follow the flowers. The stems on this upright rounded shrub to 5 feet tall and wide are clothed with broadly elliptic, glossy green leaves throughout the warm season that turn to attractive golden yellow shades during the fall. A wonderful ornamental addition to any landscape, in sun or part shade. Get all the details below!