We have the following varieties in our range:
How can I best prune a Pyracantha?
It is advisable to regularly cut the Pyracanthas side branches back lightly to encourage branching, which makes the Pyracantha plant grow faster and stay young. The young branches are important, because one year later, it produces colourful berries.
Normal, not too wet
To 3 metres, depending on pruning
Evergreen or deciduous:
Pruning to maintain desired shape
Humus when planting and NPK in the spring
Prolific flowering of cream/white blossom followed by bunches of berries
Pyracantha is a favourite of birds and will bring much life into your garden.