This plant has no fragrance
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Littleleaf Cotoneaster Overview
Evergreen shrub species with a spreading growth habit, reaches a maximum size of around 1.5m high and 1.5m wide. Produces glossy, oblong foliage and pretty, white flowers during the spring, leading onto shiny, red berries which are a popular food for birds in late summer.
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How to propagate Littleleaf Cotoneaster
You can propagate the species by cuttings in the summer. Hybrids and cultivars are propagated by cuttings only in the summer.
Seeds in the autumn.
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Other uses of Littleleaf Cotoneaster
Use to stop erosion on banks and for cascading over stone walls. Grown for its habit, and for its attractive flowers and berries.