I am not sure what caught my eye first, the unusual curved fence, or the pretty Pyracantha bushes heavy with berries.
The fence is in front of a rather large private home. The Pyracantha bushes are a favorite of landscapers here in the south. They are fast growing evergreens, that can reach 20 ft. (6M), and produce berries in the Fall and Winter.. I've always thought that the berries were poisonous to humans, but I guess there is a species of Pyracantha that you can make jelly from the berries. We had a bush like this in front of our home in Houston that had orange berries. It was so pretty in the Fall. They also produce thorns, making them a bit difficult to prune.
Very unusual residential wall. It's simple and calming to look at.ReplyDelete
A total contrast of your fence- stone to my fences.ReplyDelete
I like it.
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What a lovely way to landscape with both the wall and the greenery.ReplyDelete
Very pretty bush, and I've seen it advertised to plant them under your windows so the stinger-like thorns will protect you from burglars and etc.and of course the birds love them.ReplyDelete
That is a beautiful crafted wall and the plant cascading over itReplyDelete
Pretty fence and the pyracantha is so tall! I din't know about making jelly out of it's berries.ReplyDelete
really pretty! and that fence is really cool!ReplyDelete
those pryracantha are so sticky but they are so gorgeous. Well, worth the brambles!! and who would have gone to the trouble to make a curved fence? No telling.ReplyDelete
Both are attractive. Good stone fencing and beautiful way of decorating the fence. With flower bush's. They are on other side but branches overlapping the wall. I like.ReplyDelete
Awesome stone wall, the curvy pattern is so cool and yes those gorgeous red berries catch the eye too.ReplyDelete
That is rocking fence. Awesome fence and photo!ReplyDelete
Lovely brick wall! And I have always love pyracantha too!ReplyDelete
The curving brick wall adds an air of elegance. I like Pyracantha, but don't have room for a plant that size. I think there are smaller varieties, but then there's regular pruning, as you mentioned, not much fun! I've always loved log houses.ReplyDelete
Beautiful setup - love the fence and the berries :)ReplyDelete
A very nice fence, I like it is made of bricks and not wood.ReplyDelete
Nice privacy fence. I have heart the pyracantha called firethrone, too.ReplyDelete
You are correct Janice...that is another name for it.Delete