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Image of Cotoneaster hessei photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Hess' Cotoneaster)

This is a sprawling, low-growing deciduous shrub often used as a groundcover. The arching branches are covered with small, glossy green leaves that stay fresh the whole growing season. The tiny red-pink flowers appear in spring and attract bees. They are followed by bright-red fruits that remain eye-catching into winter. It prefers a sunny spot with well-drained soil. An established plant will tolerate drought but all fare poorly in hot, humid climates.

This is a handsome groundcover for adding...

Image of Cotoneaster horizontalis photo by: Jessie Keith

Jessie Keith

(Rockspray Cotoneaster)

This is one of the prettier garden cotoneaster. This sprawling, deciduous shrub has herringbone-like branches that are attractive all season. Chinese in origin, it has small, round, dark green leaves that turn terrific shades of orange and red in fall. While each not individually impressive, it produces hundreds of pinkish-white flowers in late spring. The pretty berry fruits that follow turn bright red in fall and linger into the winter until they are eaten by birds.

Rockspray cotoneaster...

(Rockspray Cotoneaster, Round Rockspray Cotoneaster)

This vigorous form of rockspray cotoneaster has a more upright habit and robust nature. It is a sprawling, deciduous shrub has herringbone-like branches that are attractive all season. Chinese in origin, its small, round, dark green leaves turn terrific shades of orange and red in fall. While individually impressive, it produces hundreds of pinkish-white flowers in late spring. The pretty berry fruits that follow turn bright red in fall and linger into the winter until they are eaten by birds.

Rockspray...

Image of Cotoneaster horizontalis

James Burghardt

(Rockspray Cotoneaster, Variegated Rockspray Cotoneaster)

This is one of the prettier garden cotoneaster. This sprawling, deciduous shrub has herringbone-like branches that are attractive all season. Chinese in origin, it has small, round, dark green leaves that turn terrific shades of orange and red in fall. While each not individually impressive, it produces hundreds of pinkish-white flowers in late spring. The pretty berry fruits that follow turn bright red in fall and linger into the winter until they are eaten by birds.

Rockspray cotoneaster...

Image of Cotoneaster horizontalis var. perpusillus photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Rockspray Cotoneaster)

This variety of rockspray cotoneaster has a more compact and spreading habit. It is a sprawling, deciduous shrub has herringbone-like branches that are attractive all season. Chinese in origin, its small, round, dark green leaves turn terrific shades of burgundy and red in fall. While individually impressive, it produces hundreds of pinkish-white flowers in late spring. The pretty berry fruits that follow turn bright red in fall and linger into the winter until they are eaten by birds.

Rockspray...

Image of Cotoneaster microphyllus photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Littleleaf Cotoneaster)

This is a spreading low maintenance shrub for the landscape. Littleleaf cotoneaster is an evergreen native to the Himalayas, northern India and China. It has a low-growing habit with dense interlacing branches. Its primary branches trail, spread horizontally and root as they touch the soil. The secondary branches are arching and arc above the other branches giving the plant a softer appearance.

In spring, littleleaf cotoneaster produces tiny single rose-like flowers of pale-pink. These appear...

Image of Cotoneaster microphyllus

TL

(Emerald Spray Littleleaf Cotoneaster, Littleleaf Cotoneaster)

The distinctive arching branches and dense foliage of ‘Emerald Spray’ offer this tough evergreen shrub extra appeal. Littleleaf cotoneaster is a spreading low-maintenance shrub that originates from the Himalayas, northern India and China. It has a low-growing habit with dense interlacing branches that arch gracefully giving the plant a soft appearance.

In spring, littleleaf cotoneaster produces tiny single rose-like flowers of pale-pink. These appear among the small dense dark green leaves....

Image of Cotoneaster microphyllus var. cochleatus photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Dwarf Creeping Cotoneaster, Littleleaf Cotoneaster)

This is a spreading low maintenance shrub for the landscape. Littleleaf cotoneaster is an evergreen native to the Himalayas, northern India and China. It has a low-growing habit with dense interlacing branches. Its primary branches trail, spread horizontally and root as they touch the soil. The secondary branches are arching and arc above the other branches giving the plant a softer appearance.

In spring, littleleaf cotoneaster produces tiny single rose-like flowers of pale-pink. These appear...

Image of Cotoneaster microphyllus var. thymifolius photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Littleleaf Cotoneaster, Thymeleaved Cotoneaster)

Thyme-leaf cotoneaster is a very low-maintenance spreading evergreen shrub with tiny leaves with rolled edges and dark-red fruit in fall. Like its parent, a native of Nepal, in early summer it produces an abundance of pink buds that open to white flowers visited by bees. Once pollinated the flowers give way to rounded, red to dark-red fruits that small birds eat.. The main branches are horizontal, but secondary branches are held more upright and arching, especially when weighted with berries.

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(Bearberry Cotoneaster)

Hybrid bearberry cotoneaster is a dwarf evergreen shrub that forms a broad, low mound of shiny, rounded, dark green leaves with colorful berries in fall. It was formed by the cross of two other species,Cotoneaster dammeri with C. conspicuus. In late spring and early summer, tiny rose-shaped white flowers appear on its arching branches which are normally pollinated by bees. Abundant bright orange-red berries mature in fall, attracting birds well into the start of winter, when the...