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Cranberry Cotoneaster

Botanical Name
Cotoneaster apiculatus
Hardiness
Zones 4 to 7
Height
3 feet
Width
3 to 6 feet
Flowers
Late May to early June: pinkish
Fruit
Small cranberry red pome
Light
Full sun to part shade
Soil
Moist, well-drained
Planting & Care
  • Tolerates many conditions but except wet
  • Salt tolerant
  • Transplant from container
Problems
Mites (dry), fireblight, rabbits, collects garbage
Varieties
  • Blackburn - compact
  • Cotoneaster dammeri 'Coral Beauty' - white spring blooms followed by coral red berries, evergreen foliage takes on a purple tinge in fall

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