Cotoneaster cornubia

Cotoneaster cornubia

This vigorous, semi-evergreen shrub or tree bears clusters of small creamy-white flowers in June. These are followed by masses of almost spherical, bright red berries in late autumn. This fabulous autumn display corresponds with the normally deep green leaves taking on a bronze tint. This is an excellent specimen plant for a sunny spot, but it needs space to express itself. The berries are highly attractive to birds.

Prefers full sun or partial shade in a free draining soil.

H 6m S 5m

Deer resistant.

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