Cotinus


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Datana perspicua (Lepidoptera: Notodontidae) attacks Cotinus obovatus, a native wood ornamental.
At the back of the border you could use species more than 1.8m tall, including Cotinus coggygria 'Royal Purple', Choisya ternata (Mexican orange blossom) and Trachelospermum jasminoides.
take | hardwood cuttings on shrubs such as cotinus, cornus, salix and roses.
There are three cotinus in the beds too - but soon there will only be two.
Chartreuse New Zealand flax and smoke tree (Cotinus 'Golden Spirit') add a yellow glow at either end, while pink-flowered rock-rose 'Victor Reiter' and wispy restio (Cannomois virgata) soften the other plants' spiky forms.
Rhus (stags horn sumach), cotinus (smoke bush), prunus (cherry) and betula (silver birch) offer brilliant autumn colour on all soils.
Other foliage favourites include sweet gum (Liqidambur styraciflua ), purple smoke tree (Cotinus coggygria Notcutt's Purple), Snowy Mespilus (Amelanchier lamarckii) and Flowering dogwood (Cornus florida).
PLANT OF THE WEEK - Cotinus The cotinus, or smoke bush as it is commonly known, is a vigorous, mound-forming deciduous shrub which provides much-needed rich colour and texture at this time of year.
Or go for shrubs such as hibiscus and cotinus. These look good alongside plants with purple, white and green blooms, so try late-flowering garden chrysanthemums.
At the back of the border you could use species more than 1.8m tall, including Cotinus coggygria "Royal Purple", Choisya ternata (Mexican orange blossom) and Trachelospermum jasminoides.
Fennel with Cotinus coggygria Purpureus Group, crocosmia and Aster | 'Little Carlow' at Glebe Cottage.
The snowy mespilus (Amelanchier larmarckii) is especially suitablefor smaller gardens, and so is the Smoke Tree (Cotinus coggygria) so named because the flower heads can be mistaken for puffs of smoke.