Scandinavian Cotoneaster Facts
The binomial name for Scandinavian Cotoneaster is Cotoneaster scandinavicus. Scandinavian Cotoneaster is closely related to Common Cotoneaster, Cotoneaster integerrimus, and is also related to Wild Cotoneaster, Cotoneaster cambricus. It is one of hundreds of species of the genus Cotoneaster.
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Scandinavian Cotoneaster Stories
Fire Blight Symptoms Occurring Now
Now is the time to be on the lookout for fire blight, a serious disease of apples, crabapples and pears. When blossoms, blossom spurs and branch tips are infected, they turn brown and die rapidly. The tips of branches often curl to form what resembles ... Pierce County Tribune [ story ]
Ask Alys: your gardening questions answered
I have a thing for well-trained wall cotoneaster (C. horizontalis). You can't eat it and it's common, but it's cheap, quick-growing and good for bees and birds. Use it as a climbing frame: a dark-flowered nasturtium twining over it could look rather good. The Guardian (blog) [ story ]
Fielding Questions: Rabbit damage gives reason to rejuvenate cotoneaster
A. Cotoneaster usually rejuvenate better than ever from the base if rabbits didn't completely destroy all buds down to the roots. Depending on how deeply rabbits gnaw, the above-ground branches are often dead, or they will leaf out, then wilt and die ... INFORUM [ story ]