Year Round Color and Brilliant Fall DisplayDwarf Heavenly Bamboo, Nandina domestica ‘Compacta’, also know as Dwarf Nandina, is an evergreen shrub with 4-season interest. Plant a few of these as a hedge along your property line for a splash of fall/winter color. One of these would also do well near your entryway or as a foundation plant. Your Dwarf Heavenly Bamboo is, as it sounds, a “heavenly” addition for your landscape. It is not related to the invasive Bamboo plant, but rather is a remarkable shrub that will provide you with year-round enjoyment. The copper-tinted, new growth in spring is sure to catch your eye before it transitions to its vibrant green for summer. Its numerous leaflets tend to lend the foliage a lacy appearance, providing some added definition for your landscape. Spring brings a scattering of small, star-shaped white flowers, but Dwarf Nandina is perhaps most beloved for its dramatic fall and winter display. As autumn approaches, the Dwarf Nandina will robe itself in shades of purple-tinted, red brilliance. The bright display is enhanced by a multitude of scarlet berries that are lovely to behold. The foliage and berries are also popular for use in crafts and floral arrangements, so be sure to select a few to enjoy some of Heavenly Bamboo’s beauty indoors. Dwarf Nandina will grow to about 5 feet in height with a 4-foot spread. It has an upright, compact form, is disease and pest resistant, and generally easy to care for. For a spectacular fall display that lasts into winter, spring flowers and a verdant summer presentation, Dwarf Nandina is the shrub to choose. Even if you don’t have the space for a traditional Heavenly Bamboo, this dwarf variety is a terrific way for you to enjoy it’s stellar qualities this summer. * Year-round interest * Fall/winter color * Disease and pest resistant * Spring flowers * Heat tolerant * Drought resistant * Useful in crafts/floral arrangements.
Evergreen Shrubs with Flaming FoliageTucsan Flame Heavenly Bamboo, Nandina domestica ‘Tuscan Flame’, is an evergreen shrub with flaming foliage. It would make an attractive specimen plant for your yard or a stunning hedge along your home or driveway. The outstanding feature of your Tucsan Flame is of course its flaming red foliage that both invites in, and ushers out the summer season with classic brilliance. During summer, the Tucsan Flame’s mature foliage remains green while the new growth offers up scarlet leaves to mix with the greens. This creates an impressive display that is sure to turn heads all summer long. An added bonus of your Tucsan Flame is the star-like flowers it produces in mid-summer. The sprinkling of tiny white blossoms cools the fiery red brilliance of the leaves, offering yet another eye-catching display in your summer landscape. When fall arrives, red berries will add further spice to your Tucsan Flame and some later winter appeal. Tucsan Flame has a Bamboo-like appearance and mounded habit, so can be quite striking even without all its colorful features. For a small shrub with an abundance of 3-season color, you can’t go wrong with the Tucsan Flame. *Colorful, Multi-Season Foliage *Summer flowers *Autumn berries.
The Nandina Sunray(R), ‘Nandina domestica ‘Greray’, has new growth that beams with hues of bright copper and bronze, and even a brick-red in winter, highlighting the dark-green foliage on this evergreen shrub.This dense, compact, Nandina is used as a small hedge or foundation plantings, and matures at 36-40 inches. The leaflets are narrower and longer than those of the species.This plant is symmetrical, dense, and mounding in a compact form. Follow the seasons with copper and bronze leaves in the spring, green in the summer, and red in the winter.Pruning will enhance the looks of this plant and display the interesting shapes of the branches. Prune in late winter or early spring by removing up to 2/3rds of the vertical canes.Zones 6-10.
True dwarf shines in the shade! OK plant lovers, we are here answer a burning question for you. We know that you have seen this plant around, if not in your neighborhood then in the landscaping around a local business. You’ve probably heard it called ‘Heavenly Bamboo’ because its leaves and stems are so very bamboo-like. But the question is often “Is it really bamboo?” Nature Hills has the definitive answer for you! And the answer is….NO! It’s not. It is actually in the barberry family! (We hope that you can sleep better at night, now that you’ve got that answered.)So, even though it isn’t true bamboo, it is still a beautiful and very useful landscape plant, especially in those areas that need some texture and color. The problem is most nandina’s can get pretty large. The current trend toward smaller plants for smaller gardens doesn’t leave room for some of these big plants. But Harbor Dwarf Nandina (Nandina domestica ‘Harbor Dwarf’) is perfectly sized for modern gardens. It adds a shot of bright red to sunny borders or shady beds alike. (It can even handle full shade, but won’t color up as much as in the sun.)This semi-evergreen is a true ‘plant it and forget it’ shrub. It doesn’t need pruning or coddling to keep it looking great. It fits into any garden style from modern to cottage to rustic. It is great around architectural features, under windows or around ponds as it accents but stays low enough to not cover or block views.This is a wonderful and hardworking landscape shrub. If you need good filler or groundcover, then order some today! * Semi-evergreen* Full sun to full shade* Easy care* Heat and drought tolerant once established* Showy foliage* Fall color* True dwarf.
The Nandina ‘Firehouse’, Nandina domestica nana ‘Firehouse’, is often chosen for its excellent red fall color; this dwarf variety has leaves that hold the red fire engine color all winter long too.The compact mounding form has bright green spring foliage and grows to about 2 feet high. The ‘Firehouse’ is a medium-sized tender evergreen shrub prized by gardeners worldwide for its colorful lacy leaves and attractive flowers and fruit.The airy compound leaves are purple-red when young and again in fall and winter, often with bright red and orange highlights.The foliage and stiff upright stems suggest those of bamboo, particularly when pruned in the Asian fashion with the lower leaves thinned to expose the stems.Large frothy clusters of tiny white flowers appear at the branch tips in late spring and summer; red fruit follow. It prefers full sun in most warm temperate and subtropical climates but needs afternoon shade in desert regions.This very drought resistant plant grows best in fertile, evenly moist soil.Zones 6-9.* Evergreen* White Flowers.
Glowing Foliage all YearNandina is one of those great garden shrubs that never fails to impress. It is evergreen, so it won’t leave you with bare spots throughout the year. It is bushy, so it grows and fills in your borders and beds very nicely. But most of all, it has colorful leaves that light up the garden all year.Blush Pink Nandina is a new version of the old standby ‘Firepower’ that has been introduced by Southern Living Plants. Instead of dark red leaves, the new growth is a stunning pink that really sets it apart in the garden.Blush Pink is super easy to care for too. It thrives in sun or shade (though sun brings out the best color) and it can handle most soil types. The pink color glows throughout the whole summer season leading to an amazing fall and winter show of bright pink and red.Blush Pink Nandina is compact, so it looks great as a specimen in the border, in masses in a big garden bed, as a foundation plant or even in a container. Blush Pink Nandina will become a garden classic for sure. Get in on the trend now before your neighbors! Order yours today.* Year-round interest* Pink and red leaves don’t drop* Easy care.
Striking bi-color evergreen shrubNo garden should be without a few Nandina plants, and Nandina Twilight (Nandina domestica ‘Twilight’) is definitely a standout in the Nandina family.You might know nandinas from their more common name – Heavenly Bamboo. This is a bit of a misnomer as these plants aren’t really bamboo, but relatives of berberis plants. They are cold hardy and evergreen year round (though they are so much more than ‘green’!). Typically they are known for their deep green leaves that change to fiery reds and golds as new growth emerges. Nandina Twilight bucks this trend and adds a fine elegance to your garden with light green leaves mottled with ice-white. The new growth is a beautiful bronze and the interplay between the two colors is striking.The colors intensify in the winter, and as icing on the cake, the plants get a sultry pink glow in the spring.These are bushy, but erect plants that shine in the border or patio containers. Plant them in masses for a beautiful effect. The light color mixes well with almost everything in your garden border. They fit into so many landscape styles we’re sure they will look great in your garden, too.Nature Hills only sells strong, healthy, field-grown plants so you won’t be disappointed. Order your Nandina Twilight today and enjoy them for many years to come.* Year-round color* Striking bi-color* Easy care and winter hardy.
Fiery Shrub with Year-Round InterestNandina Obsession, Nandina domestica ‘Seika’, is an evergreen shrub with richer coloring than other Nandinas. One would look amazing as an accent near a side door, or plant a few in a little-used area to add some year-round, carefree interest. This cultivar’s name “Seika” means “sacred fire”—which perfectly fits the brilliant nature of this shrub’s new growth. The densely-foliaged, oval leaves are so intensely red that their display will appear as a splash of “fire” in your landscape. Leaves on the Nandina Obession will mature to green, displaying a mix of greens and reds for much of the year. When autumn arrives however, the foliage returns to its full dazzling, scarlet tones…and maintains that intensity into winter. Just imagine those red leaves against the white of your winter snowfall! Nandina Obession will grow up to 4 feet in height with an equal spread. It is a dwarf variety, with an upright, compact nature. It’s considered a low-maintenance plant, so you can pretty much just plant it and forget it—although that will of course be hard to do since its bright colors are such as stand-out in any landscape! Obsession Nandina doesn’t mind some pruning, but you’ll likely want to leave it be, as its natural beauty is exceptional. If you’re looking for a decorative, carefree shrub then Nandina Obession is a terrific choice. Its gorgeous reds, greens and year-round interest are sure to present an impressive sight in your yard this year! * Bright foliage * Evergreen * Dwarf * Cold tolerant * Drought and humidity resistant * Adaptive to a variety of soils * Great for containers* Deer Resistant.
Bright Foliage Year-Round! Lemon Lime Nandina is a broadleaf evergreen with ornamental foliage. Plant a few of these for a reliable border of year-round color around your mailbox, or even just one as a focal point in your perennial bed. Lemon Lime is also a lovely choice for a few containers on the patio or front porch. Anywhere you plant a Lemon Lime Nandina, its foliage will present a stand-out, picture-perfect display. Just as the name implies, your Lemon Lime Nandina features gorgeous lemon lime coloring of a vibrant, light green so vivid that it approximates a yellow hue. The lighter colors begin as new growth and deepen as the season continues, developing a grassy-green as time goes by. It’s a unique Nandina variety to be sure! In fact, it’s the first Nandina to produce this bright lemon-lime color. Lemon Lime Nandina will grow up to 4 feet in height with an equal spread. It’s bushy but with a rounded habit and compact nature. Lemon Lime has moderate to fast growth, so you won’t have to wait long for it to be a bright presence in your landscape. It seems many people are fascinated with colorful flowers, but there’s no substitute for a carefree shrub with foliage that carries the show all by itself. Unlike many other plants, with Lemon Lime Nandina you won’t have to wait for that special time of year when your plant’s spectacular feature appears…Lemon Lime is always displaying it! * Ornamental foliage * Disease and pest resistant * Drought tolerant * Deer resistant * Works well in containers.
The Heavenly Bamboo, Nadina domestica, is not a true bamboo but a upright 6-8’ high, semi-evergreen shrub that tends to slowly sucker at the base, forming colonies. New leaves are coppery to purplish-red, becoming blue green with age. When this plant is in full sun it usually assumes a reddish tint in winter (depending on environmental conditions). Perfect and pinkish in bud, finally white 8-15” long panicles appear in May-June, and will flower in heavy shade. Spectacular, round clusters of bright red berries ripen in the fall and persist into winter. Heavenly Bamboo is more showy that most hollies because fruit is not hidden by foliage. Careful pruning, as canes do not branch out and best to thin out old stems every year or head back old canes at varying lengths to produce a dense plant. Once established, they are very tough plants, thriving in sun, shade, moist or dry conditions..
Year Round Color on a Dwarf ShrubHarbor Belle Heavenly Bamboo, Nandina domestica ‘Jaytee’, is an evergreen shrub with brilliant berries and colorful foliage for spring and fall. Plant a few for an evergreen groundcover, or use just one as a lively accent in your perennial bed. A few of these scattered about your yard would provide an adorable splash of color throughout the year. Your Harbor Belle Heavenly Bamboo will soon become one of your favorite plantings. With an evergreen nature that maintains a vibrant presence for your yard, it’s already a terrific investment for enduring color. However, even beyond its evergreen nature, Harbor Belle rings in spring with starry flowers of pristine white, and pink-tinted new foliage. Brilliant scarlet berries follow the flowers, and persist throughout your winter months. Even before winter descends however, your Harbor Belle foliage will erupt in bright burgundy shades, a showy introduction to the cooler season. Harbor Belle Nandina is a dwarf variety that will grow up to 18 inches in height with an equal spread. It has a dense, spreading nature, is drought tolerant and generally maintenance free. If you’d like a small shrub that is carefree and hardy, but outperforms many other diminutive shrubs, Harbor Belle Nandina is for you. Why not invite one of these remarkable, high-performing shrubs into your yard this year!* Dwarf evergreen * Spring flowers and foliage color * Fall and winter interest * Winter hardy * Drought tolerant.
Small Size but Huge Color Firepower Heavenly Bamboo, Nandina domestica ‘Firepower’, also known as Nandina Firepower is an evergreen shrub with outstanding fall/winter intensity. Plant one for an incredible display, or scatter a few around your yard. The dwarf Firepower is an easy shrub to find space for, and its amazing scarlet tones make it ideal as a way to bring a smattering of color to your yard for fall/winter. Your Nandina Firepower packs a lot of color into a small package. New growth emerges light green in spring, slowly transitioning to darker tones. By late summer, red tints grace the leaves as a preview of what’s to come. When autumn arrives, the true splendor of this Heavenly Bamboo variety is revealed when all the “firepower” of this remarkable shrub is unleashed in an explosion of scarlet color that will set your yard ablaze. Perhaps most impressive is the way firepower maintains its vibrant, red appearance into the barren winter months.Nandina Firepower will grow up to 3 feet tall with an equal spread. It has an upright, compact nature, far smaller than that of other varieties. Nandina Firepower won’t require any special care from you, and it’s even drought tolerant once established. If you love Nandina, but just don’t have the space, then Nandina Firepower may be the variety for you. This incredible little shrub will not only fit in just about anywhere, but impress you with how its small shape can hold such a huge amount of vibrant color. * Evergreen * Fall/winter color * 4-season interest * Great for containers * Drought tolerant once established.