Cotoneaster - Knowledgebase Question

Bozeman, MT
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Question by blufmtnboy
April 28, 2000
How far apart should I plant cotoneaster plants in a hedge?

Answer from NGA
April 28, 2000
There are many types of cotoneaster, ranging in size from creepers to those growing 20' high, with an equal spread. I'll guess that you're growing Cotoneaster lacteus - the one most commonly grown as a hedge. This plant will spread to about 6' wide, so space your plants accordingly. If you want the hedge to fill in faster, place them only 4' apart.

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