NEW Beautiful petite foliage turns from green to shades of purple, red and bronze in the fall. The stiffly arching branches are dense and broad, and are the perfect protection for birds. Bearing small pinkish flowers in late spring, it gives way to cranberrylike berries in late summer which persist into the winter, helping to feed garden animals as food sources become sparse.
Light: Partial Shade to full shade
Height: 2 - 3'
Bloom Time: Mid Spring to Early Summer
Zones: 4 - 7
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Cranberry Cotoneaster Standard Product Details
Partial Shade/Full Sun
2 - 4'
4 - 8 (-25 degrees F)
Grown for foliage. Evergreen, Smooth-Textured and a good Fall color
Small pinkish flowers in late spring
Mid spring to early summer
prefers moist, well-drained soil
Cranberry cotoneaster is a dense, broad-upright, somewhat mounding deciduous shrub with stiffly arching branches. Typically grows to 3' tall with a spread to 6'. Small pinkish flowers in late spring give way to red (cranberry-like) berries (pomes) which mature in late summer and persist into winter. Rounded-ovate glossy green leaves (to 3/4" long) turn attractive shades of purple, red and bronze in autumn.