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Acquiring its name from the cranberry-like berries that appear during the late summer persisting into the winter, the Cranberry Cotoneaster will add ornamental value and texture to any garden space. Its large red fruits not only bring interest to your landscape during the winter, but they also attract birds and wildlife as well. Small pink flowers emerge in the spring before eventually giving way to these showy berries. Glossy green leaves hold their color throughout the growing season until turning vibrant shades of purple, red, and bronze in the fall. The Cranberry Cotoneaster features a dense, spreading form that is suitable for use as a ground cover, erosion control, in containers, foundation plantings, low hedges, and in rock gardens. Rabbit tolerant!
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