<i>Cotinus</i> 'Grace'
<i>Cotinus</i> 'Grace'
<i>Cotinus</i> 'Grace'
<i>Cotinus</i> 'Grace'
<i>Cotinus</i> 'Grace'
<i>Cotinus</i> 'Grace'
<i>Cotinus</i> 'Grace'
<i>Cotinus</i> 'Grace'
<i>Cotinus</i> 'Grace'
<i>Cotinus</i> 'Grace'

Cotinus 'Grace'

In July and August this vigorous, deciduous shrub is festooned with fluffy plumes of purplish-pink flowers that look like a haze of...

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