Cotoneaster horizontalis is also known as Wall Spray or Rock Spray or Wall Cotoneaster. It is a plant from the Rosaceae family of plants. A horizontally growing deciduous shrub. It has small rounded leaves and pink flowers that turn into berries in autumn.
Plant Cotoneaster horizontalis in the sun in moist but well-drained soil. It can tolerate the shade however you might be sacrificing the flowers and berries with no sun. In the UK it is considered invasive but you can find it in gardens. Propagate by seed or semi-hardwood cuttings. The flowers attract bees and berries attract birds.
You can train this plant to grow on the ground or on a wall. Cotoneaster horizontalis is drought-resistant and rather easy to maintain. It usually flowers in May, June and berries appear in September, through November. This plant is toxic to pets and wildlife and humans. Watch out for Cotoneaster Webber Moth and Woolly Aphid and Fireblight.