A new variety of Cotoneaster from Oregon has already charmed us with its delicate branched and adorable, rich green leaves. The delicate, teardrop-shaped foliage is exquisite in color and shine. The tiny white flowers last from spring through summer, and turn into orange, inedible berries in the fall. Look forward to more flowers as it ages.
This looks like a fun little shrub for the miniature garden or railroad garden. The growth habit is "compact spreading" which really means it spreads gradually. It'll keep a gentle mounding shape as well.
A perfect companion to conifers, it grows slowly at 2" to 4" per year into a low spreading mat that can be kept trimmed easily.
CURRENT BATCH: Are producing colorful orange berries for the winter. 9-15-22 - J.
- Tiny leaves are to scale
- Sturdy plant, can be used in a variety of situations
- Great for containers or in ground
- Growth rate 2" to 4" per year
- Cold hardy zones 5 to 9, or hardy to -20F
- Heat zones 7 - 5
- Full sun
- Regular water with good drainage
- Trim when it's dormant in the winter
- Comes in a 4" pot
- An outdoor plant
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