Common names: Cotoneaster
Description: Evegreen shrub, protrate/erect up to 10 feet tall. Many branches from the ground level, usually zig-zagging producing a complex, interwoven pattern.
Flowers: Branches are laden with many white, rose like flowers with fully opened petals, in the summer, followed by red berries in the fall and winter.
Leaves: 3/4 inch, dull grey green above, fety beneath and occur mainly on the upper of the plant.
Reproduction: Flowering: Habitat and Ecology: Native to central Asia