Plant Finder

Henry's Cotoneaster

A large semi-evergreen shrub which occurs as a naturalised garden escape on roadsides and waste ground. Lowland.

Wall Cotoneaster

A deciduous arching or prostrate shrub, found in rocky grassland and on railway banks, cliffs, limestone pavement, quarries, chalk pits, pavements and walls. It occurs as a garden escape or throw-out, and is also frequently bird-sown. It reproduces readily from seed and is usually very well-naturalised, sometimes even posing a threat to native vegetation. Lowland.

Hsing-Shan Cotoneaster

An upright deciduous shrub which occurs as a naturalised garden escape in woodland and on roadsides. It is polyploid and probably apomictic. Lowland.

Hummel`s Cotoneaster

An upright deciduous shrub which occurs as a naturalised garden escape on a roadside embankment. The species is probably apomictic. Lowland.

Late Cotoneaster

This large, spreading, evergreen shrub is found as a bird-sown garden escape or is frequently planted in woodland, hedgerows and rough grassland, and on roadsides, railway banks, walls and waste ground. Lowland.

Shiny Cotoneaster

A spreading to erect deciduous shrub which occurs as a naturalised garden escape on roadsides and waste ground. Reproduction is by seed. Lowland.

Small-leaved Cotoneasters

These evergreen shrubs form carpeting mounds in rocky grassland and quarries, and on roadsides, railway banks, cliffs, scree, walls and pavements. They are often well-naturalised, especially on well-drained, calcareous substrates. Lowland.

Small-leaved Cotoneaster

A procumbent to ascending evergreen shrub found as a naturalised garden escape in woodland and rough grassland. Lowland.

Moupin Cotoneaster

An erect deciduous shrub which occurs as a naturalised garden escape in woodland. Lowland.

Few-flowered Cotoneaster

An erect deciduous shrub which occurs as a naturalised garden escape on roadsides and in rough grassland. Reproduction is by seed. Lowland.