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Cotoneaster adpressus, sometimes commonly called creeping cotoneaster, is a prostrate, slow-growing, deciduous shrub that grows to only 1’ tall but spreads to 6’ wide. Horizontal branches may root where they touch the ground. Ovate to obovate, dark green leaves (to 1/2” long) have wavy margins. Leaves often turn a quality shade of red in fall. Five-petaled, tiny white flowers tinged with pink bloom singly or in pairs in late spring. Bees are attracted to the flowers. Flowers are followed by spherical dark red fruits (1/4” long) that mature in late summer to fall.


Zone: 4-7

Height (mature): .75- 1.5 ft.

Width (mature): 3-6 ft.

Bloom Time: May to June

Flower Color: White tinged with pink

Foliage Colors: Green

Sun: Full sun to partial shade

Special: Drought and rabbit resistant

Cotoneaster Adpressus (Cotoneaster) 'Little Gem'

  • Delivery and plantings are currently available in Somerset, Morris, Hunterdon and Mercer counties.

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