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.
Scandinavian Cotoneaster Farms
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Scandinavian Cotoneaster Stories
Lawn Alternatives: Low-water choices available
Creeping thyme, myoporum, baccharis, cotoneaster, and carex give this uniform appearance from afar, but require little else in terms of water. Many of these do not handle heavy foot traffic, but are a reliable expanse of greenery. Opportunities abound. Visalia Times-Delta [ story ]
September garden tips: Seeding spotty lawns to shooing away European crane
Here is a small list: Ornamental grasses, cotoneaster, crabapple and Hawthorn trees, elderberry, viburnum, Oregon grape, asters, sunflowers, Pacific wax myrtle, pyracantha and wintergreen groundcover. 6. My houseplants have been outside on the patio ... The Oregonian - OregonLive.com [ story ]
Gardening with Deb Babcock: Late bloomers
Hedge Cononeaster (Cotoneaster lucidus) offers wonderful fall color and can handle poor soil. #Waxflower (Jamesia Americana), the only native hydrangea in the state turns red in the fall. #Viburnum in several species offer year-round interest with ... Steamboat Pilot & Today [ story ]