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  • Cotoneaster apiculatus 'Cranberry' 1 Gallon
  • Cotoneaster apiculatus 'Cranberry' 1 Gallon

Cotoneaster apiculatus 'Cranberry' 1 Gallon

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Plant this one so it can creep down container planters, slopes or retaining walls for a cascade of fall berries. The birds will love it!

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Cranberry cotoneaster lends cheery fall and early winter color to the garden with large red berries and fall-colored leaves before revealing its handsome branching structure. It's a standout in spring and summer, wherever its low spreading branches can cascade down container planters, hanging baskets, retaining walls or slopes. Planted with winter-hardy evergreens, Cranberry cotoneaster's bare branches provide an interesting textural contrast during the coldest time of the year.  

Common Name Cranberry Cotoneaster
Mature Size 3 feet tall, 4-6 feet wide
Growth Rate Moderate
Cold Hardiness -30 ° F
Characteristics Deciduous spreading shrub, bright red berries in fall and winter, attracts birds
Light Sun to partial sun
Structure Low growing, spreading
Bloom Color Pink
Bloom Time Spring
Uses Rock gardens, ground cover, container planters, hanging baskets, retaining walls, erosion control for slopes/banks
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