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
Yard and Garden: Finding colorful trees and shrubs in winter
Shrubs that possess attractive fruit in late fall and winter include red chokeberry (Aronia arbutifolia), cranberry cotoneaster (Cotoneaster apiculatus), winterberry (Ilex verticillata), Meserve hybrid hollies (Ilex x meserveae), and American ... Muscatine Journal [ story ]
Best of winter's berries bring color to Oregon gardens
Among those with winter interest, cranberry cotoneaster (C. apiculatus) grows 3 feet tall by 6 feet wide, with clustered red fruits the size of cranberries. Cotoneaster 'Hybridus Pendulus' makes for a decorative display of berries resembling a red ... OregonLive.com [ story ]
Let it Grow: New year is a good time to cut back, in more ways than one
Apples, pears, cotoneaster and mountain ash are all susceptible to fire-blight. This is a bacterial canker disease that spreads through wounds during the growing season killing entire branches rapidly. Pruning cuts should be made to laterals 10-12 ... Post-Bulletin [ story ]