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
Homeowner Finds Shrubs Missing From Front Yard
Until Sunday, there were five cotoneaster plants at the end of her front walk but on Sunday there was only one. "I can't pull this plant out by hand, I'd have to have a shovel (to get it out of the ground," she explained about the remaining shrub ... NewsChannel5.com [ story ]
Cotoneaster can sit in for holly
A. If rich green leaves and red berries are your goal, then cotoneaster might be a good plant to consider. The leaves will not be as shiny as holly leaves, but they won't be as prickly, either. As an added advantage over English holly, cotoneaster does ... OCRegister [ story ]
Winter bloomers add color to the season
The Emerald Carpet willow leaf cotoneaster (Cotoneaster salisifolius “Emerald Carpet”) is a relative of the Parney cotoneaster but grows 15 inches tall and 8 feet wide with profuse winter berries. It is feared by weeds, since they get smothered when ... Coos Bay World [ story ]