Cotoneaster horizontalis


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Noun1.Cotoneaster horizontalis - deciduous flat-growing shrub with a fanned herringbone pattern and having reddish flowers and orange-red berriesCotoneaster horizontalis - deciduous flat-growing shrub with a fanned herringbone pattern and having reddish flowers and orange-red berries; used as a ground cover
cotoneaster - any shrub of the genus Cotoneaster: erect or creeping shrubs having richly colored autumn foliage and many small white to pinkish flowers followed by tiny red or black fruits
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Cotoneaster horizontalis, or rockspray cotoneaster, grows 2 to 3 feet tall and spreads up to 8 feet.
Antioxidant, anticancer and hepatoprotective activities of Cotoneaster horizontalis Decne extract as well as [alpha]-tocopherol and amygdalin production from in vitro culture.
The more commonly planted Cotoneaster horizontalis with its almost flat, spreading branches covered in berries, is now invasive in the UK - unfortunately birds love these berries and spread them far and wide so avoid planting if you have a small plot.
Cotoneaster horizontalis will offer masses of fruit in the autumn.
Cotoneaster horizontalis will survive in most gardens, although it has a preference for well–drained soil.
COTONEASTER Handsome Cotoneaster horizontalis will survive in most gardens, although it has a preference for well-drained soil.
Cotoneaster horizontalis, the Rock Spray cotoneaster and the Willowleaf Cotoneaster (C.
One of my favourites is the herring bone cotoneaster horizontalis, often seen grown against a wall.
Their cotoneaster horizontalis was attacked by hundreds of tiny caterpillars of the infamous hawthorn Webber moth, scythropia crataegella and looked as if it had been covered in a layer of fleece.
Most of us know and grow the useful cotoneaster horizontalis with its low sprawling branches like fishbones.
Cotoneaster horizontalis, Cotoneaster microphyllus, Stephanandra incisa "Crispa", "flower carpet" roses.