Rock Cotoneaster has a remarkable herringbone branching structure, with glossy green leaves. The profusion of tiny white flowers which appear in summer are filled with sweet nectar and are loved by pollinators. The red berries in autumn are a feast for birds. Perfect as a ground cover or small shrub.
Deciduous in colder climates but only partially in more temperate ones. Best placed in well drained soil in sunny location. Grow it responsibly and carefully dispose of pruning's within your garden rather than putting them in your green bin.