|would you have any information on the cotoneaster tree
Answer from NGA
May 9, 2010
|Cotoneaster trees are typically Cotoneaster 'Juliette'. This semi-evergreen low-growing shrub is often grafted onto an upright stem to enable the branches to arch downwards. This weeping effect shows off 'Juliette's' variegated leaves and bright red autumnal fruits more clearly than at ground level. Also look for other members of this family such as Cotoneaster 'Coral Beauty'. 'Coral Beauty' bears white flowers in summer, followed by bright orange-red fruit in autumn. This evergreen, dense small shrub has arching branches and is great for ground cover. Cotoneaster grows best in full sunshine. Hope this answers your question.
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