Family: Rosaceae

Scientific Name: Cotoneaster wilsonii Wilsonii

Common Name: Wilsons Cotoneaster

DescriptionA low dense growing shrub.
Plant TypeAll Plants, Shrubs Deciduous
Hardiness Zone5
Sunlightfull, tolerates some shade
Soil & Siteaverage
Flowerssmall, 5 petals, light pink, fruit a bright red pome
Leavessmall, glossy, green, semi-evergreen
Stemshorizontal growing, wishbone branch form
Maintenancemay require pruning to maintain good form
Propagationscarified seeds, cuttings
Native SiteNative to Western China.
Misc FactsThe name for the genus is derived from the Latin words 'cotone', an old name for the quince plant, and the suffix 'aster' means "resembling" (#156).
Notes & Reference#01-Manual of Woody Landscape Plants (Michael Dirr), #156-San Marcos Growers web site (, , 173-Cotoneaster (Jeanette Fryer, Bertil Hylmo)
Cart Image


Go To All Plants

Your Cart is Empty!