This prostrate, trailing evergreen shrub is primarily used as a ground cover. It is highlighted with bright green, ovate to rounded leaves with prominent veins. In the fall, Bearberry Cotoneasters are accented by small, bright red berries.
Information by J.J. Neilson ArboretumEdmunds Commu
For optimum planting, the site should be well-drained, with plenty of space to spread. Be cautious so as not to provide excess mulch to this cotoneaster.
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