Why does my pyracantha have berries but not leaves?

Emma Crawforth reveals why it's a bad sign if your pyracantha is without leaves, and how to tackle the problem.

If you have a pyracantha or another evergreen that has lost all its leaves, it's likely a sign of severe stress or attack from pests. Emma Crawforth explains the reasons behind this leaf drop, and gives you her rescue remedy.

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