This dense, thorny shrub is a great candidate for use as a hedge, screen or barrier planting. It has creamy, white flowers in May or June, and produces heavy crops of orange-red berries in September-October. It needs a site with full sun to part shade, well-drained soil, once-a-week watering and winter mulch to protect roots from extreme cold. Flowers and fruit on last years wood. This variety grows 8-10 ft. tall by 8 ft. wide. Not bothered by rabbits, squirrels or deer.
P. c. Lalandei 8 ft. tall by 8 ft. wide;
P. c. Lowboy 4 ft. tall by 4 ft. wide;
orange berries; low and spreading