2 to 3 ft.
3 to 5 ft.
sun, part shade
USDA zones 4-7
hardy to 7,500 ft.
Rock cotoneaster is a low-growing, spreading shrub with twigs arranged in a herringbone pattern. The leaves are dark-green leaves and shiny, turning red in the fall. The small, light pink flowers and are followed by small red fruit.
This shrub grows well in the Colorado Springs area and is an interesting landscape plant because of its branching habit, leaf color and fruit.
There is one rock cotoneaster planted at the Cottonwood Creek Garden. It is quite attractive and can be good option for the Colorado Springs area.
Little to no maintenance is required.