Cotoneaster apiculatus 'Tom Thumb'
Also called Little Gem Cranberry Cotoneaster
More About Cotoneaster apiculatus 'Tom Thumb'
- AKA Cotoneaster apiculatus 'Little Gem'
- Small, pink flowers
- Red berries in late summer, frequently persist into the winter
- Small, glossy, green leaves turn amber to burgundy in the fall
- Mounding, spreading habit re-roots for an effective, ground cover
- Bloom Time: Spring
Tom Thumb Cotoneaster Growing and Maintenance Tips
This plant will tolerate many types of soil i.e. rock or dry, but not moist, low areas. It grows best in full sun and will tolerate some light shade.
Cotoneaster apiculatus 'Tom Thumb' Characteristics
Soil MoistureMoist to Average
Average to Dry Soils