Cotoneaster franchetii is a shrub up to 3m high with a graceful shape of arching branches, evergreen or semi-evergreen leaves 3cm long, glossy grey-green above with white undersides, and clusters in early summer of 5-15 flowers which are white tinged outside with pink, followed by oblong orange-scarlet fruits; the flowers are attractive to bees.

Grow in full sun or partial shade in any soil that is well-drained; for hedging, plant 30-35cm apart.
Sunlight: Full sun, partial shade
Exposure: Exposed or Sheltered
Moisture: Well-drained, Moist but well-drained
Soil: Sand, Loam, Clay, Chalk