Rockspray Cotoneaster is so named for its cascading, spreading habit that works so well on walls and in rock gardens.
Its dark-green, branching foliage, which forms a herringbone pattern, turns red in in the fall.
By then its pink-tinged white flowers, borne in late spring, are followed by red fruit. Matures at 3' high by 5' wide.
* Seldom Damaged by Deer *
Photo credit: Hort Printers, BBENTON