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    In late spring small white flowers appear, much loved by butterflies and bees. Then as the flowers fade, the abundant red berries, which are attractive to birds and bees, form during late summer. This deciduous cotoneaster species, probably the best of all for red berries, has large, heavily veined leaves distinguishing it from other species. ... Learn More



    A lovely Chinese native bearing long, slender arching branches, upon which open attractive clusters of fragrant pink flowers much loved by bees, and which are heavily crowded with scarlet berries in autumn, when it is one of the most effective of Cotoneasters. The branches are initially clad in attractive, thick, deeply-corrugated, white-felted leaves, but these later give brilliant autumn colours. ... Learn More



    Native to Nepal and some areas of india, this attractive deciduous shrub bears attractive, thick, oval, leathery leaves which are hairy underneath. In late autumn come the globular, bright crimson to maroon berries, much loved by birds in the winter. ... Learn More



    This shrub is almost flawless with something to offer in every season. Long leading horizontal branches sweep out gracefully in a strict herring-bone pattern. In late spring hundreds of pink-tinged white flowers appear, a honey pot for bees. The berries soon ripen to a rich red in late summer and punctuate the length of each herring-bone branch but do not become an important food source for birds until mid-winter. When the leaves colour in November, they gradually attain the same brightness as the berries, but in different, clashing shades of red and pink. ... Learn More


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