Cotoneaster bullatus
Common name: 
Hollyberry Cotoneaster
Pronunciation: 
ko-toe-nee-AS-ter bul-LAH-tus
Family: 
Rosaceae
Genus: 
Type: 
Broadleaf
Native to (or naturalized in) Oregon: 
No
  • Deciduous shrub, to 12 ft (4 m) tall, spreading and open.  Leaves alternate, simple, oval-oblong, elliptic, 3-7 cm long, green and coarse-bullate (impressed veins) above, gray-green and pubescent below.  Flowers white with red, very abundant (May-June).  Fruit light red, globose, 7-8 mm, in dense clusters, 4-5 seeds per fruit.
  • Sun to part shade.  Often attacked by aphids.
  • Hardy to USDA Zone 5     Native to western China.
  • bullatus: with impressed veins on leaves, and/or with blustered, puckered leaves.
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    plant habit

  • expanding leaves

    expanding leaves

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    leaves

  • leaves and developing flowers

    leaves and developing flowers