Cotoneaster Home Garden Plants
One example of home garden plants are cotoneaster home garden plants. And the most popular species is Cotoneaster horizontalis home garden plants, which is mainly grown in rock gardens. As the name rightly suggests, this plant grows horizontally. The stems are stiff and dense, and they grow in herringbone pattern. The small round leaves turn red during the fall. During late spring, light pink-colored flowers are produced by this plant, and these blooms develop dark red berries. Cotoneaster dammeri is a ground cover plant, which is usually grown on walls and slopes. These home garden plants blooms during late spring and the fragrant, white flowers develop to form red berries in autumn. Cotoneaster acutifolius is a tall plant with dark green leaves, that turn red during autumn, and black berries. This is one of the popular hedging plants. Other species that are useful as hedge plants are Cotoneaster apiculatus and Cotoneaster divaricatus. These plants too produce red berries in clusters.