SCIENTIFIC NAME: Cotoneaster lacteus (Cotoneaster parneyi)
COMMON NAME: Parney cotoneaster
FLOWERS: White flower in the spring.
GROWTH HABIT: Grows 3' to 6' tall in a weeping form. Very graceful.
LEAVES: Alternate and very pubescent underneath and on young twigs. Margins are entire and revolute. Up to 3" long. Tapers to the base and widest above the middle.
OTHER: Hardy to zone 7b. Has red fruit that looks like holly fruit. Drought tolerant and needs full sun. A very nice looking plant.