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
Now is time to prune trees and shrubs
Fruit trees such as apples, crabapples, mountain ash, hawthorns, and cotoneaster shrubs should be pruned in February through early April. This reduces the chance of the bacterial disease fireblight and infection from occurring. Pruning in fall or early ... Crow River Media [ story ]
Pronouncing names of plants can be intimidating
A classic example is the shrub cotoneaster. Rather than mistakenly saying cotton-eester, it's kuh-toe-nee-ASS-ter. Perennial is per-ENN-ee-ull, not pree-ANN-you-ull. Heuchera (coral bells) is HOY-ker-uh, not WHOO-ker-uh or WHOO-cher-uh. The shrub ... Duluth News Tribune [ story ]
Appreciate distinct landscapes of winter
Huchera hybrids (coral bells) show leaves in lovely peach, mauve, copper, maroon and lime as well as variegated soft greens. Lingering coton-easter berries add a red accent while Callicarpa berries add vivid purple. For an easy splash of color, plant a ... Calaveras Enterprise [ story ]