Mame hedge cotoneaster experiments

Tycoss

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Over the past couple of years, I have been finding little cotoneaster seedlings in my lawn and sticking them in little pots. These are different from the cotoneaster horozontalis that are normally used as bonsai. The leaves are larger, berries are black, and growth is usually more upright. They are deciduous and have nice fall colour. I know they will never get really substantial in these little pots, but I’m enjoying the process. Anyone else tried them?
 

rodeolthr

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Those are very nice. Most likely cotoneaster acutifolia…..very hardy, as you know
 
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