Red osier dogwood: Cornus serica (formerly C. stolonifera)
In the Dogwood family
Growth form: Many stemmed deciduous shrub, spreading; layering branches on ground often root
Leaves: Opposite, oval, sharp-pointed. 5-7 prominent veins converge at the tip.
Stems: thin young stems are bright red; older stems are brown.
Flowers: Small, white, in dense flat-topped clusters
Fruits: Clusters of white berry-like stone fruits. White to bluish. Unpalatalbe-bitter.