An outstanding Cornus with beautiful large white bracts surrounding the flowers which are produced in late spring. Often up to 12cm in width, they create a dazzling display.
Cornus ‘Eddies White Wonder’ was first discovered by the Canadian grower Henry Matherson Eddie, growing as a seedling in 1945. Still relatively uncommon in cultivation, this deciduous Cornus is worthy of a place in most gardens.
Being tolerant of full sun to partial shade, and most soils except shallow chalk and with its spectacular spring flowers and stunning autumn colours, Eddies White Wonder was short-listed by the Royal Horticultural Society for the Chelsea ‘Plant of the Centenary’ in 1963.
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