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  • Toxic
  • Non-native Invasive

Cotoneaster

(Cotoneaster horizontalis)

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Very invasive in open natural and semi-natural habitats. Is on Schedule 9 of Wildlife and Countryside Act - you can be held liable if you cause it to escape in the wild

Plant information and growing conditions

  • Plant Type
    Shrub
  • Sun/Shade
    Full Sun
  • Months of Flowering
    April, May, June, July, August
  • Flower Colours
    White, Pink
  • Petals
    5, Tubular
  • Arrangement
    Several, Cluster
  • Exposure
    Exposed, Sheltered
  • Aspect
    North, South, East, West
  • Soil Type
    Chalk, Clay, Sand, Loam
  • Soil Moisture
    Well-drained
  • Soil pH
    Acid, Neutral, Alkaline

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