Plant of the Week

Victory Pyracantha

  • Pyracantha VictoryIt’s impossible to kill this evergreen shrub – your garden victory is assured
  • Birds will nest & revel amongst the cluster of bold red berries
  • Thick enough to hedge and screen – yet tall enough to use as a windbreak
  • A big bold plant and sure to impress your garden friends

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The Mountain Gardener
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