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Prostrate Rock CotoneasterTraditional Landscape, Los Angeles

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Kim Gamel added this to 5 Berry-licious Shrubs to Plant Now for Winter InterestOct 23, 2013

Rock cotoneaster(Cotoneaster horizontalis var. perpusillus)Perfect for rock gardens, cotoneaster is a sprawling, low-growing shrub with glossy dark green leaves that turn burgundy red in fall. The bright, scarlet berries appear in midsummer and last through fall. Where it will grow: USDA zones 4 to 7Water requirement: Medium moisture; well-drained soilLight requirement: Full sun to partial shadeMature size: 1 foot to 2½ feet tall and 5 to 8 feet wide

Annie Thornton added this to Great Design Plant: Rock CotoneasterNov 13, 2012

How to use it. The dense, low branching structure of rock contoneaster serves well as a ground cover. It is recommended that you space plantings 5 feet apart. Group rock cotoneaster on a bank or hillside for attractive erosion control and to deter garden visitors from straying. Rock cotoneaster has a naturally beautiful form if it's allowed to spread, so don’t plant it too close to paths or garden edges. Instead, allow the plant to spread elegantly in rock gardens or over stone walls. The arching branchlets offer distinct year-round beauty in the garden. Try bringing flowering branches inside during spring and summer; showy red berries in fall offer natural alternatives to traditional holiday decorations inside the home and outside too.

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duanewinter added this to Yard IdeasNov 8, 2018

Rock cotoneaster is a good groundcover plant on slope.

Britta Pache added this to InneneinrichtungAug 2, 2017

5. Felsenmispel Cotoneaster schnittverträglich, viele Arten können mit einer attraktiven Herbstfärbung und Beerenschmuck aufwarten. Im Bild ist die Fächer-Felsenmispel Cotoneaster horizontalis zu sehen, ein sommergrüner Strauch, dessen Blätter fächerartig übereinander liegen. Herbst/ Wintergarten

dogmom5 added this to GardeningOct 6, 2014

Like cotoneaster shrub, spreads.

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