Unusual Front Gardens #22: Cotoneaster
When your door opens directly onto Corsham High Street and you have very little space for planting, how on earth do you have a front garden?
|I'm not quite sure which species -|
C. franchetii perhaps?
However, whatever plant it is, I think it still adds interest to the building. It'll provide some extra insulation for the cottage it clothes and the spring flowers will be a magnet for bees.
It's amazing to see what can be done with just 3 plants, though I'm itching to clip it into some kind of shape. I see the beginnings of some rabbits leaping along the top there, don't you?