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Cotoneaster apiculatus



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Cotoneaster apiculatus
Cranberry cotoneaster

A distinctly mounded small shrub or large ground cover, the cranberry cotoneaster is grown primarily for its foliage and fruit display. Although similar to Cotoneaster adpressus, it differs in its greater height, somewhat lessened fruit production, more rounded leaf shape and faster growth rate.

Habit:Mounded and arching, forming a dense mass
Size:3' high by 6' wide
Color:Dark green
Texture:Fine
Hardiness:Zone 5a USDA
Habitat:Native to western China
Family:Rosaceae

 
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