Unlike most cotoneasters, this plant rarely flowers or produces fruit. However, when it does, small white flowers appear in the summer, followed by large, beautiful red berries that stay to brighten the fall and winter landscapes. This plant makes a great miniature accent, hedge, or groundcover formed by its spreading branches that display a unique pattern, growin glow to the ground.
Superb miniature accent specimen, hedge or groundcover formed by spreading branches display an interesting herringbone pattern. Small white flowers appear in summer, followed by large, beautiful red berries that linger to brighten the fall and winter landscape. Semi-evergreen.
Height (mature): 1-2 ft.
Width (mature): 5 ft.
Bloom Time: Summer
Berry Color: Red
Flower Color: Blue
Foliage Colors: Green
Sun: Full sun to partial shade
Special: Bird friendly
Cotoneaster Apiculatus (Cotoneaster) 'Tom Thumb'
Delivery and plantings are currently available in Somerset, Morris, Hunterdon and Mercer counties.