Cotoneaster frigidus

Cotoneaster frigidus

Observation - Cotoneaster frigidus - UK and Ireland. Description: At this time of year, still well covered with thick green leaves, and dripping with red berries. Usually found as a standard, ie single stemmed small tree, in parks and gardens, but sometimes found growing exuberantly as a bush in hedgerows. Leaves

At this time of year, still well covered with thick green leaves, and dripping with red berries. Usually found as a "standard", ie single stemmed small tree, in parks and gardens, but sometimes found growing exuberantly as a bush in hedgerows.

Leaves much larger than the more familiar Cotoneaster horizontalis, the "herringbone" plant most often found growing against walls.