A small evergreen garden tree, Cotoneaster 'Hybridus Pendulus' has long weeping branches that arch down to create a dome effect. The polished, dark green leaves are small and make a good foil for the white flowers that flourish in June-July and are popular amongst the bee population. Clusters of colourful red berries cover the tree in autumn and provide yet more food for wildlife through winter, particularly birds including Waxwings.
Cotoneaster 'Hybridus Pendulus' will grow to just 2 x 1 metres in 20 years and can also be grown in a pot given the correct care. This evergreen weeping Cotoneaster tolerates most conditions and soil types, growing particularly well in sun or semi-shade.
Latin Name: Cotoneaster Hybridus Pendulus
Soil: Fertile, moist, free draining
Position: Full sun partial shade
Size: Height 2m x 1m Wide
Hardiness: Fully hardy