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My Pyracantha did not have any berries this year. Do I need a male and a female? Helen, Voluntown, CT

Mort's Answer:
Pyracantha produces a white flower in the spring. If you prune or cut the buds or flowers, you will not have any berries. You do not need a two plants to produce a flower and subsequent berry. Birds will often wait until the berries are ripe in the fall or winter before devouring them in a day.

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