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Cotoneaster (verticalis haha!)


By Siris

Cotoneaster (verticalis haha!) (Cotoneaster horizontalis)

Further along the East facing fence, the red Autumn berries of Cotoneaster horizontalis grown vertically with Abutilon megapotamicum variegatum. There is a red and yellow flower on it if you look carefully.

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That's nice!

25 Aug, 2017


Very attractive with the red berries.

25 Aug, 2017


Thank you, every berry was preceded by a little pinkish flower, which the bees adore.

26 Aug, 2017


It's very attractive - like holiday decorations. My viburnum had a nice crop of berries too, but something gobbled them up in just one day - most likely a raccoon.

26 Aug, 2017


Raccoon, that's quite a large pest, with a large appetite I expect.

26 Aug, 2017


OH yes, they have super sharp teeth & claws and can see in the dark. It's best to give it up, whatever they want.

26 Aug, 2017


Thank goodness we don't have raccoon , we have enough pests to deal with lol!! love the berries on this shrub.

28 Aug, 2017


Autumn creeping in ! looks great


31 Aug, 2017

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