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Teton Firethorn

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The Scarlet Firethorn is a variety of thorny evergreen shrub—a fast-growing plant with stiff branches and an upright-spreading habit that make it ideal for hedging. Native to a broad region covering southwestern Europe all the way to southeastern Asia, the plant is adaptable to a variety of environments and soil conditions. The Scarlet Firethorn gets its common name from its most distinctive feature, the abundant clusters of bright, yellow-orange fruit that cover its branches, which make a nice contrast to the shiny dark green leaves. In the late spring and early summer, the bush flowers into attractive small white blossoms. Also, see more about hedges.
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A row of firethorn (Pyracantha) hedge in full, fragrant bloom during the month of May at InstantHedge field.

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A row of firethorn (Pyracantha) hedge in full, fragrant bloom during the month of May at InstantHedge field.

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Fall through late winter, the evergreen Teton Firethorn will have bright orange berries that are attractive to birds.

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Teton Firethorn hedge with orange berries still on the plants in February in Oregon.

Quick Guide

Pyracantha Teton Growing Region

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    Deer Resistance:YES
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    Sunset Heat Zones:3 - 24
    USDA Hardiness Zones:6 - 9
    Watering Requirements:Moderate
    Growth Rate:Fast
    Mature Size:Up to 10’ height and 8’ width
    Sun/Shade:Partial Shade to Full Sun
    Drought Tolerance:Yes
    Pest/Disease Issues:
    No serious insect or disease problems. Susceptible to aphids, scales, spider mites, fire blight, and sooty mold.

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