Plant Finder

Congested Cotoneaster

A densely branched evergreen shrub found as a naturalised garden escape on roadsides and waste ground. Lowland.

Tibetan Cotoneaster

An erect to spreading evergreen shrub found as a well-naturalised garden escape on limestone banks and scree, roadside verges and waste ground. Reproduction is by seed. Lowland.

Swedish Cotoneaster

An evergreen shrub with long arching stems that trail on the ground. It occurs as a naturalised garden escape on roadsides, railway banks and waste ground, and is also planted on roadsides and in amenity areas. Lowland.

Cooper`s Cotoneaster

A deciduous to evergreen shrub which occurs as a naturalised garden escape on roadsides. Reproduction is by seed. Lowland.

Bearberry Cotoneaster

A procumbent evergreen shrub that occurs as a naturalised garden escape on roadsides banks, railway banks, lime-waste heaps and waste ground. Reproduction is by seed. Lowland.

Diel`s Cotoneaster

An erect, arching deciduous shrub found as a garden escape in woodland, scrub, rough grassland and quarries, and on roadsides, railways, cliffs, walls and pavements. Lowland.

Spreading Cotoneaster

A medium-sized, spreading deciduous shrub found in scrub and rough grassland, and on roadsides, railway banks, walls and pavements. It is sometimes planted but is more frequent as a bird-sown garden escape, populations often becoming well-naturalised. Lowland.

Franchet`s Cotoneaster

A medium-sized, arching evergreen shrub found as a garden escape in woodland, scrub, rocky grassland, quarries and sand- and chalk-pits, and on railway banks, cliffs, walls, pavements and waste ground. It is frequently bird-sown, and populations are often well-naturalised. Lowland.

Tree Cotoneaster

A deciduous or semi-evergreen large shrub or small tree, found as a garden escape, relic of cultivation or planted in woodland, hedgerows, rough grassland, quarries, marl- and sand-pits, along paths and on railway embankments. It sets abundant seed, which is often bird-sown, and is frequently naturalised. Lowland.

Waterer`s Cotoneaster

A large, semi-evergreen arching shrub found as a garden escape, relic of cultivation and planted shrub in woodland, scrub, hedgerows, rough grassland, amenity areas, churchyards, and on roadsides, railway embankments, walls and waste ground. The hybrid is fertile and populations are often naturalised. Lowland.