Answer: Pyracantha is considered to be hermaphrodite - both male and female flowers on the
same plant, so that's not the problem. My question is - do your pyracanthas flower? I suspect not, or you'd get berries. On rare occasions the plants are sterile and that may be what's going on with yours. You may try stressing the plants this summer to see if that encourages flowers and berries. Don't feed the plants and water less than usual. Soil on the dryish side should shock your plants into blooming. Hope this helps!
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