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James H. Schutte

(Pomegranate)

Funky, oddly-shaped, thirst-quenching fruit and beautiful flowers define the pomegranate. This plant, long used by humans, is native to region from Iran to northern India including areas of the Himalayas. It is an evergreen large shrub to small tree. The leaves are held opposite each other on mostly spiny stems and are lance-shaped to oblong. Brilliantly hued blooms are produced at the ends of the branches singly or in clusters throughout the summer. Many orange-red, crinkled petals are held close...

Image of Punica granatum

JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Pomegranate)

Funky, oddly-shaped, thirst-quenching fruit and beautiful flowers define the pomegranate. This plant, long used by humans, is native to region from Iran to northern India including areas of the Himalayas. It is an evergreen large shrub to small tree. The leaves are held opposite each other on mostly spiny stems and are lance-shaped to oblong. Brilliantly hued blooms are produced at the ends of the branches singly or in clusters throughout the summer. Many crinkled petals are held close together in...

(Pomegranate)

Funky, oddly-shaped, thirst-quenching fruit and beautiful flowers define the pomegranate. This plant, long used by humans, is native to region from Iran to northern India including areas of the Himalayas. It is an evergreen large shrub to small tree. The leaves are held opposite each other on mostly spiny stems and are lance-shaped to oblong. Brilliantly hued blooms are produced at the ends of the branches singly or in clusters throughout the summer. Many pinkish-orange, crinkled petals are held...

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Maureen Gilmer

(Wonderful Pomegranate)

Funky, oddly-shaped, thirst-quenching fruit and beautiful flowers define the pomegranate. This plant, long used by humans, is native to region from Iran to northern India including areas of the Himalayas. It is an evergreen large shrub to small tree. The leaves are held opposite each other on mostly spiny stems and are lance-shaped to oblong. Brilliantly hued blooms are produced at the ends of the branches singly or in clusters throughout the summer. Many orange-red, crinkled petals are held close...

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John Rickard

(Dwarf Pomegranate)

Funky, oddly-shaped, thirst-quenching fruit and beautiful flowers define the pomegranate. This plant, long used by humans, is native to region from Iran to northern India including areas of the Himalayas. It is an evergreen large shrub to small tree. The leaves are held opposite each other on mostly spiny stems and are lance-shaped to oblong. Brilliantly hued blooms are produced at the ends of the branches singly or in clusters throughout the summer. Many orange-red, crinkled petals are held close...

(Apache Firethorn, Firethorn)

This drought-tolerant hybrid, 'Apache,' is a thorny, evergreen shrub with a mounding, compact habit. When fully grown it is roughly one-third the size of standard firethorns. This fine selection was hybridized by 1970s by Donald Egolf of the U.S. National Arboretum. 'Apache' was selected and released for sale in the late 1980s. In addition to beauty, it possesses excellent resistance to fireblight and fungal scab diseases.

The semi-evergreen foliage of this firethorn is fine, glossy and dark-green....

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JC Raulston Arboretum at NC State University

(Fiery Cascade Firethorn, Firethorn)

Super heavy crops of small, bright orange fruits cover ‘Fiery Cascade’ in fall and turn darker shades of red in winter. This vigorous and highly ornamental evergreen shrub has an upright habit and is exceptionally drought tolerant and disease resistant. It is a hybrid of scarlet firethorn (Pyracantha coccinea) and Formosa firethorn (P. koidzumii).

The thorny branches of ‘Fiery Cascade’ become covered with small, glossy, dark green leaves that turn shades of bronze and green...

(Firethorn, Gold Rush Firethorn)

Large golden yellow fruits, rivaling the size crabapples, occur in clusters across the spreading branches of the 'Gold Rush' firethorn. First selected as an ornamental shrub in 1959 by Brian Mulligan of the University of Washington, it was later named 'Gold Rush' and introduced into the nursery trade in 1975 by Joseph Witt.

A drought-tolerant hybrid, this thorny shrub has a spreading dense habit when young. As it matures it remains rounded but develops appealing jagged-edges. The semi-evergreen...

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Bosh Bruening

(Firethorn, Golden Charmer Firethorn)

Decorative clusters of light yellow to golden fruits contrast with the dark green foliage of 'Golden Charmer.' A drought-tolerant hybrid, this thorny shrub has a dense upright habit with horizontally tiered branches.

The fully evergreen leaves of this firethorn are dark green and may turn bronze-green in very cold winters. In spring, it bears many showy clusters of small, white, musty-smelling flowers that develop into satiny yellow fruits resembling miniature apples. The flowers are attractive...

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TL

(Firethorn, Mohave Firethorn)

The heavy crops of brilliant orange red fruits produced by Mohave firethorn are truly impressive and long-lasting. This drought tolerant hybrid of scarlet firethorn (Pyracantha coccinea) and Formosa firethorn (P. koidzumii) is a thorny, evergreen shrub with a dense, upright habit. Its fine, glossy dark green leaves turn brown-green in fall and winter. In spring, plants bear many showy clusters of white, musty smelling flowers that develop into vibrant orange-red fruits that resemble...