Cotoneaster Seeds

£1.99

Grow your own Cotoneaster Bonsai tree with these seeds. A decorative shrub that can be easily shaped into a Bonsai of your dreams, blossoming with pink and white flowers before the orangey-red berries ripen in late Summer.

The Cotoneaster is a hardy tree and is ideal for the UK as they adapt well to colder climates. The seasonal colours of this Bonsai gives your home a different look throughout the year, always changing the vibe.

Includes a free Cotoneaster Bonsai Tree Growing Guide.

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COTONEASTER MICROPHYLLUS

The Cotoneaster tree is native to parts of Northern Asia and is typically grown as a small shrubs. It is known as one of the easiest flowering species to grow as a Bonsai and is great for beginners or enthusiasts.

The tree grows small, oval, dark green leaves which change to yellow, orange and red in Autumn. The bark is tan in colour and has a pattern resembling fishbone.

  • Packet includes 30 seeds and an electronic Cotoneaster Bonsai Growing Guide

7 reviews for Cotoneaster Seeds

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Kalana Herath

The seeds are very well packaged. The electronic growing guide was very helpful. The seeds came very quickly

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  1. Dani

    cannot yet speak to the quality of the product because the seeds are still germinating but always a great store, very informative and I 100% recommend.

  2. Courtney G.

    Delivered quickly and all but one sank which means they all have a good chance of germinating

  3. Kalana Herath

    The seeds are very well packaged. The electronic growing guide was very helpful. The seeds came very quickly

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