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These common names allude to the widespread use of
Cotoneaster horizontalis as a rockery plant (i.e., a plant used in rock gardens).
Wildlife Attracted to Rock Cotoneaster:
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Rockspray Cotoneaster winter stems.
Scientific Name Cotoneaster horizontalis. Common Name
Rockspray cotoneaster. Ground Covers · Plant Fact Sheets · Consumer Hort ...
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Rockspray Cotoneaster. Features. Small pink flowers in late spring and bright red ...
A PLANTS profile of Cotoneaster horizontalis (
rockspray cotoneaster) from the USDA PLANTS database.
Semi-evergreen in upper part of its growing range. Used as a ground cover and in mass plantings. Has red fall color. Produce stiff, recurving branches. Exce.
Rockspray Cotoneaster (Cotoneaster horizontalis.
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