Cotoneaster Apiculatus - Cranberry Cotoneaster is a deciduous, 2'ft tall, ground-covering shrub, adding a splash of color and spectacular fall fruit display to your garden. Their name refers to their small, red, cranberry-like fruit that adorns their arching branches from winter into early fall and enjoyed by songbirds. Growing to only knee height and spreading three times their height, these arching mounds make great groundcover. Their glossy green leaves turn wonderful fall colors varying from coppery-brown, purple and burgundy red.
Full sun to partial sun.
Drought tolerant once established.
Pink / White flowers, non-fragrant
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