The Cotoneasters listed here are all evergreen and require little to moderate water. They have small white flowers in spring and red berries in autumn and winter. The most common groundcover types are ‘Coral Beauty’, ‘Lowfast’ and ‘Streib’s Findling’, all of which will get about ten feet wide and do well in sun or partial shade. C. lacteus is a graceful shrub with arching branches that grows to eight feet or more, also with white flowers and red berries. Leaves are dark green on top and almost white underneath. It prefers full sun.