Cotoneaster apiculatus 'Cranberry' 1 Gallon

Article number: P-17225
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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
Photos: Real images, not stock photos
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