White dogwood (Cornus alba) is a deciduous shrub native to Asia. It is a dense shrub growing to a height of about 2 meters.
The species 'Aurea' is a densely growing shrub with distinctive yellow-green leaves. The young leaves have a bright lemon yellow color, which over time changes to yellow-green. It blooms from May to June with white flowers and grows to a height of 3 meters.
Claims: she likes sunny places. It is not soil intensive, the best is permeable garden soil. Shrubs need to be regularly rejuvenated at least every 3 years for strong color effect of leaves and wine shoots. After rejuvenation significantly reflects (up to 100cm per year). Frost-resistant.