Cotoneaster Streibs Findling is an extremely low growing plant. It’s flat and very dense habit make it suitable for larger rockeries, bankings or it will cascade over the side of a wall.
Cotoneaster Streibs Findling bears abundant white flowers in the spring and early summer, followed by profuse red berries in the autumn.
Best grown in moist, loamy, well-drained soils in full sun to part shade. Good drainage is important. This is a tough and adaptable plant that can withstand considerable poor soils. Established plants tolerate drought. Container-grown plants may be spaced 4-5? apart for mass plantings. Easiest propagation is by stem cuttings. If correctly sited, plants may require little pruning.