Supplied in a 1-litre pot, this semi-evergreen shrub produces a web of herringbone branches that form a vertical structure when it comes in contact with a wall or fence. It produces white insignificant flowers that turn into red berries in mid-October providing a feast for garden birds. Any soil type will do in sun or partial shade. Height 60 to 80cm, spreading 1.2m

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Description: The Cotoneaster horizontalis is a slow growing, hardy, coarse, dense, deciduous, spreading groundcover. Noted for its overlapping branches which gives a herringbone pattern formation. It has tiny dark green leaves, with tiny white flowers in Spring followed by red berries through Autumn and Winter. Adaptable to soil and sun conditions, is frost hardy and drought tolerant once established.


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