Tough and hardy, with good cool-weather colour in russet-spice shades - ideal if you're missing the seasons in your subtropical garden, and frost-tolerant if you're further south. Great in urban locations as it stands up to pollution. Dense foliage is good for hedging.Need help deciding which Nandina to choose? Our post Which Nandina is Best For You? will help you.Work out how many plants you need for your hedge here
DESCRIPTION: Colourful foliage plant with shades of russet, bronze, gold and blue-green through the seasons. Compact size, dense, and neat delicate leaves. USES: Ideal for hedges and borders for a splash of contrasting colour. Suitable for pots. Clips low to 0.5m PLANTING: Plant in full sun for more foliage colour. Will grow in part shade too. Drought and frost resistant to -10C. Mulch and water well until the plant is established, usually around 12 weeks. CARE: Remove old foliage and prune yearly to encourage dense growth habit. Apply mulch and slow release fertiliser during spring. HEIGHT & WIDTH: around 0.7m H x 1m W. YOUR PLANTS: These plants are tube-stock plants, with young healthy roots that will establish quickly in your garden. The pot size is 42 mm wide and 80 mm high.