- Lighting The Wire Nettingbush grows best on bright to full sunny spots. If placed in the garden or on the balcony a light shaded place with only a few sunrays per day is also fine.
- Soil Regular mixes for container plants, vegetables and herbs can be used pure or mixed with some bird sand or clay granules.
- Watering Let the soil dry between the waterings to about 70-80 % of the pots height. If Corokia cotoneaster is placed cool to temperate in winter reduce watering. Avoid overwatering or drying out.
- Feeding When in active growth with standard liquid fertilizer (monthly), spikes or granules (2 to 3 monthly).
New bought or recently repotted plants don’t need to be fed for the first year.
- Temperature To keep Corokia cotoneaster healthy it should be placed cool to temperate during winter at 1 to 15 °C (34 to 59 °F). A minimum of -5 °C (23 °F) will be tolerated for some days but this plant is definitive not hardy.
- Propagation Probably stem cuttings.
The Wire Nettingbush is not hardy but can survive short frosty periods with -5 °C (23 °F).
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Up to 3 m in its natural habitat
- Toxic No but not edible.