20 years to reach maturity
This plant has no fragrance
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Herringbone Cotoneaster Overview
This species is a decorative deciduous shrub with a low and spreading habit from China. The branches will spread to form a dense, stiff-branched mound. The leaves are elliptic to rounded; they are small, glossy and dark green. In the late spring and early autumn, pinkish-white flowers are followed by bright red fruits which are long-lasting.
Common problems with Herringbone Cotoneaster
How to propagate Herringbone Cotoneaster
Propagate from seed or cuttings.
Special features of Herringbone Cotoneaster
Other uses of Herringbone Cotoneaster
Rock garden, hedging, border, foliage, edging, banks, specimen. Summer interest.
Looking Good In November - Top 10
Traditionally flowering in November, these flowers will be at their best this month.