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Corokia cotoneaster 'Wire Netting Bush' - Twisting and interlacing black branches give this tiny-leafed, evergreen shrub a unique form. This variety is a dwarf version, growing only to 3-4 feet tall. Small star-like flowers decorate the intricate branches in the spring. Older plants may form orange fruits. Plant in sun or part shade with moderate water.
Cotoneasters are very popular garden shrubs. 'Wire-Netting Bush' is an open shrub with interlacing shoots, has small dark green leaves, and clusters of fragrant yellow flowers in late Spring that are followed by red or yellow fruit in Autumn