Since it's introduction in 1840 the Hedge Cotoneaster has been a landscape staple in northern gardens, particularly in high elevation areas with a dry climate. From the Altai Mountains of central Asia, this attractive shrub has proven itself a valuable addition in difficult sites.
Among the best shrubs for low maintenance and northern xeriscaping, it cheerfully tolerates drought, heat, and extreme cold. Old plants can be cut to the ground and will resprout quickly. Ask about Hedge Quantity Discounts
One of the best new Barberries, this great variety stays compact and has excellent deep purple / burgundy foliage color. Bright yellow spring flowers and deep red fall color add to the ornamental attributes of this excellent contrast or accent plant. Extremely drought tolerant once established. A great new plant pick.