Cotoneaster horizontalis 'Variegatus'
Suitable Substitutions for Cotoneaster horizontalis 'Variegatus'
More About Cotoneaster horizontalis 'Variegatus'
- White flowers when little else is flowering
- Red berries contrast with the foliage in early fall
- Light cream edges on dull green leaves develop a pink tinge in the summer
- Leaves change from pink to reddish-bronze in the fall
- Leaves and branches exhibit a formal, herringbone pattern
- Prostrate and spreading, unless tips are pruned to encourage upward growth
- Bloom Time: Spring
Variegated Rockspray Cotoneaster Growing and Maintenance Tips
Not a vivid, variegated plant, however, this cotoneaster provides a soft contrast in a serene landscape. Tolerates a range of soil types and conditions.
Cotoneaster horizontalis 'Variegatus' Characteristics
Soil MoistureAverage to Dry Soils
Moist to Average
Moist to Wet Soils
Flowering TimeLt. Spr-Sum