AUTUMN INFERNO COTONEASTER
This plant was named for its brilliant fall color- an intense orange-red blazes which blazes in the landscape. In spring, small, delicately-pink flowers cover the stems, each becoming a small red berry by late summer. These colorful fruits are not messy, as they hold along the stems feeding birds through fall and winter. Summer foliage is a glossy, dark green, making a great backdrop for perennials or smaller shrubs. Prefers moist, well-drained acidic soils, but is adaptable to most any situation.