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Cotoneaster apiculatus
Cranberry Cotoneaster

The mounding and arching growth habit of Cranberry Cotoneaster is effectively utilized as an edging shrub, but this ornamental feature carries a liability in Autumn and Winter of retaining blown leaves that are hard to extract from the dense, ground-hugging twigs.


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