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Cotoneaster x suecicus 'Juliette'

Cotoneaster x suecicus 'Juliette' (Cotoneaster x suecicus)

Such pretty variegated leaves, and in flower too.

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That is a delight.

27 Apr, 2011


Oh! this is so different to the common one I have. Love the variegated leaves.

28 Apr, 2011


I found it at the Nursery where I met Flori on Tuesday. She said walk away from it and then have a think. The think didn't take long! ;-)

29 Apr, 2011


Girl after my own heart Spritz. :o))

29 Apr, 2011


Gorgeous isn't it? Love it. It reminds me a tiny bit of my pyracanthus 'sparkler' which suffered a bit in the winter, but is now growing new leaves. Tiny variegated ones. This is nicer though...Cotoneasters are nicer than Pyracanthas generally I feel.

29 Apr, 2011


Not as spiky, certainly! lol.

29 Apr, 2011


indeed! :)

30 Apr, 2011


This has an upright habit, but the label shows a pendulous plant. I'm wondering if it'll do that, or stay standing tall! I don't actually mind as long as it's hardy. :-)

1 May, 2011


Ah now, with exburiensis, it starts off very upright but at about 2m starts to spread out madly....perhaps that's the way of cotoneaster. Lovely! What is the ultimate height of this var B? btw, I saw your lovely pink daphne today in the GC ...didn't get it. Do you recall giving me the link to that website with all the info about Daphnes when my Aureomarginata was dying....put me right off! They are very very demanding aren't they.

1 May, 2011


We bought one last year but I'm not sure it survived the winter here in the Seattle area. The only leaves left on the shrub are at the bottom 1/4 of the branches. The top 3/4 is missing all the leaves and parts are very woody. It was sooo beautiful last year! What happened? Any ideas? Will it come back? I also let it grow to the ground...perhaps it's best to keep pruned above ground length?

2 May, 2011


Eeek! I don't know the answers, Swramsay - as the plant is so new, I'll have to wait and see...sorry.

2 May, 2011

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