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Elaeagnus/ Pyracantha arch


By Volval

Elaeagnus/ Pyracantha arch (Elaeagnus x ebbingei (Elaeagnus))

I've been training these for several years. The pyracantha is dangerous but beautiful in summer and autumn.

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Both look lovely...

26 Feb, 2010


How tall are they V, do they form an arch? and welcome to Goy:-)

26 Feb, 2010


About 8ft but I've severely chopped them. The pyracantha arches easily and its branches and prickles hold the elaeagnus twigs until they harden. Looks lovely with berries and clematis.

26 Feb, 2010


What a brilliant idea:-)

27 Feb, 2010


Brilliant, I`ve a couple of pyracanthas but never even given a thought to training them.

1 Mar, 2010

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