Cotoneaster are deciduous or evergreen shrubs which work equally as well as ground cover or planted in a border. They have small, oval leaves and saucer shaped flowers which are white to pink in colour. The flowers are followed by an abundance of beautiful, ornamental berries in autumn. A real eye catcher when in berry
Where to Site Your Cotoneaster
These have some many positions in the garden, ideal as a ground cover, perfect for preventing weeds, training up walls and part of the flower border.
How to Grow and Look After you Cotoneaster
Cotoneaster are very easy to maintain and thrive in moderately fertile, well-drained soils in sun or partial shade.
Cotoneaster can be cut back after flowering if required.
If you are going to train these against the wall then you will need to train and clip them onto the trellis.