Plant Finder

Weeping Cotoneaster

A procumbent evergreen shrub occurring as a naturalised garden escape on waste ground. Lowland.

Creeping Cotoneaster

A procumbent deciduous shrub naturalised on waste ground. Lowland.

Purpleberry Cotoneaster

A rounded deciduous shrub or small tree found as a garden escape in cemeteries, on roadsides and in waste places. Regeneration from seed has been noted. Lowland.

Beautiful Cotoneaster

An evergreen shrub found as a garden escape on roadsides. Regeneration from seed has been noted. Lowland.

Apiculate Cotoneaster

A procumbent to ascending deciduous shrub found as a naturalised garden escape on walls and waste ground. Lowland.

Open-fruited Cotoneaster

A graceful deciduous shrub or small tree occurring as a naturalised garden escape on roadsides, banks and waste ground. Lowland.

Bois`s Cotoneaster

An erect deciduous shrub occurring as a naturalised garden escape on roadsides and waste ground. Lowland.

Hollyberry Cotoneaster

A large deciduous shrub, found naturalised in woodland, scrub, hedgerows and quarries, and on railway banks, roadsides, sand dunes, cliffs, walls and waste ground. Reproduction is by seed, which is frequently bird-sown. Lowland.

Wild Cotoneaster

A spreading apomictic deciduous shrub confined to limestone rocks and ledges on the Great Orme (Caerns.). The few plants which remain from a larger population do not appear to regenerate either by seed or vegetatively. Lowland.

Yunnan Cotoneaster

A procumbent evergreen shrub occurring as a naturalised garden escape on waste ground. Lowland.