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The genus Cotoneaster contains over 400 deciduous, semi-evergreen and evergreen species of tree and shrub. This genus is popular in horticulture as specimen plants, with pretty foliage, saucer-shaped white to dark pink flowers and abundances of attractive red berries. Other species in this genus are used effectively as hedging or ground cover species, but they require soil on the dryer side and are quite intolerant of being waterlogged. Saucer-shaped flowers that are white or pink develop in spring to summer, followed by ornamental fruits in autumn.
Root semi-ripe (evergreen and semi-evergreen) or greenwood (deciduous) cuttings in late summer.
Europe, Asia, N. Africa
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