Cotoneaster salicifolius

Willow-leaved Cotoneaster Background Cotoneaster salicifolius forms a few-stemmed, tree-like shrub to a maximum of 6-8 metres. Named for its willow-like leaves, it is native to South and central China where it inhabits mountainous areas and mixed forests but has been widely introduced across the globe as an ornamental plant on account of its attractive foliageContinue reading “Cotoneaster salicifolius”