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5 Hollyberry Cotoneaster 40-60cm,Big Red Berries For Songbirds Bullatus Hedging


Hollyberry Cotoneaster / Cotoneaster bullatus

Plants 40-60cm Bare-Root


These are BARE ROOTED plants which can be planted from the end of October until April and will be dispatched as soon as the weather turns cold and they become dormant.The dispatch date depends on the Autumn temperature and varies from year to year.


This cotoneaster species is known for its large size and abundant autumn red berries which are especially attractive to song birds.


Growing Details:

Common Name: Hollyberry cotoneaster
Genus: Cotoneaster
Species: bullatus
Skill Level: Beginner
Exposure: Full sun, Partial shade, Shade
Hardiness: Hardy
Soil type: Well-drained/light, Clay/heavy, Acidic, Chalky/alkaline, Moist, Sandy
Height: 3.5 - 4m
Spread: 3m



A deciduous shrub that can grow to a height of 12’ (3.6 metres)and almost as wide in loose spreading fashion. The limbs bear dark 1”-2” ( 25cm - 50cm)long, dark green oval leaves which are arranged in a simple, alternative fashion. The leaves are heavily veined thus distinguishing this species from other cotoneasters.

In the late spring small white flowers appear which butterflies are attracted to for the nectar. As the flowers fade berries form during the summer. In the fall these globe shaped, quarter inch red berries provide nourishment for the birds, but should not be consumed by people as they can cause stomach upset and mouth and throat pain. Each fruit contains 4-5 seeds which can be used to start new plants


For the bare root planting instructions, please click here.

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