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Nandina domestica
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Zones 3-33
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Full, Partial
Minimal Water
Minimal
Nandina domestica ‘Fire Power’
Nandina domestica ‘Fire Power’

Nandina domestica ‘Blush Pink™’

Heavenly bamboo, Sacred bamboo
Berberidaceae
Evergreen, Shrubs

NANDINA

Slow to moderate growth to 6–8 ft. tall and 3–4 ft. wide. Old clumps may be wider than tall because of slow, steady spread by suckers.

Leaves are divided into many 1–2-in. leaflets shaped like pointed ovals. Foliage emerges pinkish and bronzy red, then turns to soft light green; takes on purple and bronze tints in fall and often turns fiery crimson in winter, especially in a sunny location and with some frost.

Pinkish white or creamy white blossoms in loose, erect, 6–12-in. clusters bloom at branch ends in late spring or early summer. A good filler in bouquets.

If plants are grouped, shiny red berries follow the flowers; isolated plants seldom fruit heavily.

Nandina domestica ‘Blush Pink™’ (photo courtesy of Sunset Western Garden Collection)
Nandina domestica ‘Blush Pink™’ (photo courtesy of Sunset Western Garden Collection)

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‘Blush Pink™’

Unique, blush-colored young foliage from spring until fall, turning to deep green mature foliage.  ‘Blush Pink™’ makes the perfect short hedge or color accent to evergreen shrubs. Its low growth habit is perfect for any garden or mixed container. From the Sunset Western Garden Collection.

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