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Pyracantha Golden Charmer Large 160/180cm.

Pyracantha Golden Charmer Large 160/180cm.

£17.95
Pyracantha Golden Charmer 150cm Tall. 3 Litre Pot
Pyracantha Golden Charmer 150cm Tall. 3 Litre Pot Pyracantha Golden Charmer 150cm Tall. 3 Litre Pot
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Quick Overview

Beautiful established Pyracantha Golden Charmer, arriving with a minimum height of 160cm. Super plants!

Plant Size (cm)
Plant Size (cm)
Over 160cm
Pot Size - Litre
Pot Size - Litre
3 Litre
Anticipated Height
Anticipated Height
3/4m.
Toleration
Toleration
-15
Flowering Colour
Flowering Colour
White
Growth Speed
Growth Speed
Very Quick
Evergreen?
Evergreen?
Yes
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Pyracantha Golden Charmer Large Plants 160/180cm: An upright, beautiful, thorny shrub perfect for a wall side border, whether this be at the side of a house or against a wall as an impenetrable hedge. The delicate small clusters of white flowers look beautiful late spring to summer this is then followed by golden berries through to Autumn.  The vibrant golden berry looks magnificant against the dark green dense foliage.   It is well known for attracting wildlife into a garden.  As well as the hedge providing cover for nests etc the birds can also feed on the berries.   

What to expect  Your plant will arrive in a 3 litre pot and will be a minimum of 160cm. These plants are extremely thorny so we would suggest you use protective gloves when removing from the packaging.

Planting position - Full sun through to partial shade either against a wall to create a climbing hedge or a standalone bush

Suitable for Container planting - Yes the plants can be grown on trellis

Soil - Suitable for any type of moderate fertile soil including very dry through to heavy clay as long as it is not prone to becoming waterlogged.

Eventual Height and Spread - 4 meters

Growth Speed - Relatively quickly

Growth Habit - Upright, spreading.

Flowering Period - small white flowers late spring/summer followed by golden berries through to Autumn

Winter Hardy - Yes -10/15

Evergreen - Yes

Pruning - Pyracantha is very low maintenance but care must be taken when pruning so as not to remove too much of last years growth. New growth appears mainly on shoots from the previous year, so it is advisable, when pruning, to retain as much of the old wood as possible. The ideal time to prune is when the plant is in flower to ensure the berries are best shown later in the year. If your Pyracantha is to form a tight hedge in a particular shape then we suggest you prune 3 times a year.

Ideally planted in full sun to encourage berries, although they will be fine in partial sun. They can be planted in most soil conditions but thrive in fertile well drained soil. Before planting prepare your soil with some fertiliser this will help to get the plant established. Watering will be required whilst the plants become established, but once they are this will seldom be required except, like most plants, in the garden, during very dry spells. Feed early winter with a general purpose fertiliser. This plant has no special requirement during the winter months.