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Many-Flowered Cotoneaster Shrub Info – Growing Many-Flowered Cotoneasters

By Mary Ellen Ellis

If you’re looking for a sprawling, large shrub with good visual interest all year-long, consider many-flowered cotoneaster. This species of cotoneaster is a shrub that grows quickly and produces interesting foliage, spring flowers, and fall berries.

Cotoneaster Pruning Guide – When Should You Trim Cotoneaster Shrubs

By Teo Spengler

Cotoneaster pruning is different depending on the type of plant you have in your backyard, although the goal for all varieties is to follow its natural form. If you want to learn how to prune cotoneaster, you've come to the right place. Click here for tips on cutting back cotoneaster.

What Is Hedge Cotoneaster: Learn About Hedge Cotoneaster Care

By Darcy Larum, Landscape Designer

Whether you're looking for a low sprawling variety or a taller type for a dense hedge, there is a cotoneaster that will meet your needs. In this article, we will discuss hedge cotoneaster plants. What is hedge cotoneaster? Click here for the answer.

Spreading Cotoneaster Info: How To Grow Spreading Cotoneaster Plants

By Liz Baessler

The spreading cotoneaster is an attractive, flowering, medium-sized shrub that is popular as both a hedge and specimen plant. This article has more information about spreading cotoneaster care and tips for growing these shrubs in the garden and landscape.

Cranberry Cotoneaster Facts: Learn How To Grow A Cranberry Cotoneaster

By Teo Spengler

Growing cranberry cotoneaster brings a low, lovely splash of color to the backyard. They bring with them a spectacular fall fruit display, a gracious plant habit, and clean, bright foliage. These plants make great groundcover but can also serve as short hedges. Learn more here.

How To Grow Cotoneaster: Caring For Different Types Of Cotoneaster

By Jackie Carroll

Whether you?re looking for a 6-inch ground cover or a 10-foot hedge plant, cotoneaster has a shrub for you. Growing cotoneaster is a snap, and you can learn more about the plant's care in this article.

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