A must have landscape plant where in snows, the Red Osier Dogwood is a native shrub treasured for its upright bright red twigs that will set a snow-white landscape on fire. But the fine attributes don't stop there. In late spring to early summer, abundant flat-topped clusters of white flowers stand out beautifully against the deep green foliage. Following the flowers are clusters of white, pearl-like berries the birds will thank you for. Fall brings interesting shades of orange and red leaves that eventually turn to purple before dropping to expose the colorful stems. A four-season beauty that deserves a spot in every landscape where it will grow (USDA Zones 4-8a). Get all the details below!