Cotoneaster flowering

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Cotoneaster flowering

Post  R3mco on Wed Sep 28, 2011 12:19 pm

Hi everyone,

Due to the cold wet summer and now a warm aftersummer/start autumn (22 ºC), my cotoneaster horizontalis has started to flower again...




Anyone experience flowering trees again?

Greets, Remco


ps. Should I cut the buds to preserve health for winter survival?

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Re: Cotoneaster flowering

Post  fiona on Wed Sep 28, 2011 1:27 pm

I've had a flurry of flower on my dwarf rhododendrons. My Cotoneasters are now in berry so I'm not expecting flowers, but in this climate you should never say never. We are this week having temperatures some 10C above the norm for September around here.

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Re: Cotoneaster flowering

Post  graham walker on Thu Sep 29, 2011 10:46 pm

One of my Mame Cotoneasters is also in flower.
Used it as an accent at the Sheffield Bonsai Traders Show
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Re: Cotoneaster flowering

Post  Todd Ellis on Mon Oct 03, 2011 12:20 am

My wild plum tree put on a few blooms this Fall, as well a a dwarf Rhododendron. My Chikory accent has been blooming for almost 3 months now.
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Cotoneaster Flowering

Post  bonsaisr on Mon Oct 03, 2011 1:40 am

It is not that rare for spring flowering shrubs & trees to throw a few flowers in the fall, if the weather is right. Magnolias & forsythias are prone to it. You do not have to cut the flowers off. Just enjoy them.
Iris

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