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Image of Cotoneaster multiflorus photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Many-flowered Cotoneaster)

This Old World genus comprises approximately 80 species of deciduous and evergreen shrubs and small trees, several of which are popular garden subjects. Prostrate and trailing forms of Cotoneaster horizontalis, C. dammeri, C. apiculatus, and C. salicifolius are familiar and widely used groundcovers. Taller cotoneasters (such as C. multiflorus) are less common in landscapes, but are occasionally planted for their attractive...

(Chinese Cotoneaster, Silverleaf Cotoneaster)

This Old World genus comprises approximately 80 species of deciduous and evergreen shrubs and small trees, several of which are popular garden subjects. Prostrate and trailing forms of Cotoneaster horizontalis, C. dammeri, C. apiculatus, and C. salicifolius are familiar and widely used groundcovers. Taller cotoneasters (such as C. multiflorus) are less common in landscapes, but are occasionally planted for their attractive...

Image of Cotoneaster pannosus

James Burghardt

(Dwarf Silverleaf Cotoneaster, Silverleaf Cotoneaster)

This Old World genus comprises approximately 80 species of deciduous and evergreen shrubs and small trees, several of which are popular garden subjects. Prostrate and trailing forms of Cotoneaster horizontalis, C. dammeri, C. apiculatus, and C. salicifolius are familiar and widely used groundcovers. Taller cotoneasters (such as C. multiflorus) are less common in landscapes, but are occasionally planted for their attractive...

(Cotoneaster)

This Old World genus comprises approximately 80 species of deciduous and evergreen shrubs and small trees, several of which are popular garden subjects. Prostrate and trailing forms of Cotoneaster horizontalis, C. dammeri, C. apiculatus, and C. salicifolius are familiar and widely used groundcovers. Taller cotoneasters (such as C. multiflorus) are less common in landscapes, but are occasionally planted for their attractive...

Image of Cotoneaster procumbens

James Burghardt

(Cotoneaster, Queen of Carpets Cotoneaster)

This Old World genus comprises approximately 80 species of deciduous and evergreen shrubs and small trees, several of which are popular garden subjects. Prostrate and trailing forms of Cotoneaster horizontalis, C. dammeri, C. apiculatus, and C. salicifolius are familiar and widely used groundcovers. Taller cotoneasters (such as C. multiflorus) are less common in landscapes, but are occasionally planted for their attractive...

(Blackwood)

This Old World genus comprises approximately 80 species of deciduous and evergreen shrubs and small trees, several of which are popular garden subjects. Prostrate and trailing forms of Cotoneaster horizontalis, C. dammeri, C. apiculatus, and C. salicifolius are familiar and widely used groundcovers. Taller cotoneasters (such as C. multiflorus) are less common in landscapes, but are occasionally planted for their attractive...

Image of Cotoneaster soongoricus photo by: Jesse Saylor

Jesse Saylor

(Cotoneaster)

This Old World genus comprises approximately 80 species of deciduous and evergreen shrubs and small trees, several of which are popular garden subjects. Prostrate and trailing forms of Cotoneaster horizontalis, C. dammeri, C. apiculatus, and C. salicifolius are familiar and widely used groundcovers. Taller cotoneasters (such as C. multiflorus) are less common in landscapes, but are occasionally planted for their attractive...

Image of Cotoneaster wardii photo by: John Rickard

John Rickard

(Ward's Cotoneaster)

This Old World genus comprises approximately 80 species of deciduous and evergreen shrubs and small trees, several of which are popular garden subjects. Prostrate and trailing forms of Cotoneaster horizontalis, C. dammeri, C. apiculatus, and C. salicifolius are familiar and widely used groundcovers. Taller cotoneasters (such as C. multiflorus) are less common in landscapes, but are occasionally planted for their attractive...

Image of Crataegus coccinioides photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Kansas Hawthorn, Red Hawthorn)

Although rare in gardens, this small, spiny, round-headed tree from the central United States is attractive year-round. Its gray spreading branches bear oval, sharply toothed leaves that are shallowly lobed toward their tips. They change from yellow-green when new to dull dark green in late spring to orange and red in fall. The foliage may be marred by rust. Clusters of 5 to 7 white flowers open in spring, giving rise to bunches of spherical to pear-shaped fruits that ripen glossy bright red in early...

Image of Crataegus crus-galli photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Cockspur Hawthorn)

With its striking habit, attractive flowers, and showy fruit, this small deciduous tree from eastern North American offers four seasons of ornamental interest. Its spiny, stiffly horizontal branches are furnished with oval, glossy dark green leaves that turn bright crimson or purple-bronze in the fall. Abundant heads of somewhat fetid white flowers open in late spring, giving rise to small spherical fruits that ripen orange-red in fall. The fruits persist into winter. This tree's wide-spreading,...