Stranvaesia davidiana ‘Undulata’ – Low Stranvaesia

There’s been a name change of the genus from Stranvaesia to Photinia but most likely you’ll still find it in nurseries by its original name. The low growing form stays under 2’ high but can get up to 10’ wide. The parent plant is a tall growing shrubby tree in most cases but can reach over 40’. The small red fruits are what get this into trouble as birds eagerly eat them but then spread the leftover seeds everywhere.