Rutgers Pyracantha - Pyracantha coccinea 'Rutgers'. Vigorous, disease-resistant evergreen shrub with sturdy stems and small oval leaves. Profuse white spring blooms are followed by showy clusters of orange berries which persist into winter. Dense growth is ideal for mass plantings or low border hedge. Moderate grower with a spreading habit 2 to 3 ft. high and 4 to 5 ft. wide.
Bright orange-red berries adorn this plant in winter and are its best attribute. It’s an evergreen to semi-evergreen; its leaves might turn a green-brown in fall and winter. It can be used in a hedge or espaliered against a wall or on a trellis.
Pyracantha Red Column more commonly known as 'Firethorn' is a thorny, evergreen hedging plant with a dense twiggy habit with heavy white scented flowers in late spring followed by copious red fruit persisting into the winter. Red Pyracantha plants are ideal for its prickly intruder deterrent qualities with its long spines making this a perfect hedge plant. Available in 9cm pots, 30-40cm tall and ready to plant!!
Close Up :: Credit: Monrovia Kasan Pyracantha Pyracantha coccinea 'Kasan' « start a new plant search Beautiful evergreen shrub producing an abundance of orange-red berries in the fall. Terrific source of fall through winter color. Use as barrier hedge or train as espalier. Ornamental Berries Evergreen Cold hardiness zones: 5 - 9 Light: Full sun Water: Once established, needs only occasional watering. Fast grower to 8 to 10 ft. tall, 6 to 8 ft. wide.