|Type of plants||Shrub|
|Height||1 - 1,5 mt|
|Flower||Small white flowers|
|Berrie / Fruit||Orange berries in autumn|
|Leaf||Evergreen, green foliage|
|Info||Suitable for borders, small hedges, single use, planter or flower bed|
Pyracantha Navaho has origins in Asia and Europe and is an evergreen shrub belonging to the rosaceae family.
It is characterized by a persistent, not very large, deep green, elongated leaf. Small spines develop on the branches, which generally do not have any trouble; in spring many white, slightly fragrant flowers appear, followed by autumn orange berries that persist throughout the winter.
The Pyracantha Navaho does not reach important dimensions, in fact it is also called "nana" and is therefore perfect for the creation of planters to be placed in terraces and balconies. However it lends itself very well even in small gardens to create borders or mixed flower beds.
It prefers sunny positions, but it settles quite well even in the shade. Pyracantha Navaho is a very rustic and resistant shrub, usually not subject to disease, and given its reduced growth is not essential to perform pruning.