Slow-growing, Cotoneaster horizontalis is a slow growing short shrub with a spreading habit cultivated for its flat, symmetrical sprays of glossy green, deciduous leaves and masses of bright red berries in autumn, persisting into winter. The flowers appear in summer, and can range from pink to white. It is commonly grown as hedging or groundcover.
Cotoneaster horizontalis, Rockspray Cotoneaster
Height: 2-3'. Small pink flowers, fairly insignificant, appear in spring. Prefers sun. Deer resistant.