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Cotoneaster apiculatus

Cranberry Cotoneaster

A low, graceful, spreading form with glossy, dark green leaves, pink flowers, and large, bright red fruit persisting through the winter.

  • »  Small, whitish-pink flowers
  • »  Red berries in late summer sometimes persist into the winter
  • »  Small, wavy, glossy, green leaves turn bronzy-red in the fall
  • »  Graceful spreading habit re-roots for an effective ground cover
  • »  Bloom Time: Spring

3gal
$38.25
7gal
$258.00
  • Category:Shrubs
  • Hardiness Zone:4
  • Height:80-100 cm
  • Spread:100-125 cm
  • Bloom Color: Pink
Exposure
Full Sun
Partial Sun/Shade
Attracts Wildlife
Attracts Birds
Growth Rate
Medium
Attributes
Berries
Deciduous
Drought Tolerant
Fall Color
Heat Tolerant
Flowering Time
Lt. Spr-Sum
Habit
Mounding
Spreading
Foliage Color
Green (dark)
Landscape uses
Border/edging
Ground cover
Rock garden
Planting instructions
Container Plants
Growing & Maintenance Tips for Cotoneaster apiculatus

This plant will tolerate many types of soil i.e. rocky or dry, but not moist, low areas. It grows best in full sun and will tolerate some shade. Can be grafted on a stem to make into a weeping treeform plant.