Nandina

If you’re looking for a shrub with a stunning colour palette throughout the year, Nandina shrubs are your best choice! This shrub adds a green tint to your garden. Not only is this shrub a green source of shade, but it also provides an abundance of flowers and leaves that will make your garden look like a postcard. The young shoots are pale red in spring, then become light green in summer. In June, panicles of creamy white flowers appear and are then followed by red berries. Doesn’t that sound fantastic? Plant this shrub in a location with full sun to partial shade. The shrub doesn’t require particular soil or a specific pH. The extra-thick trunk gives this shrub the ability to withstand high winds, making it perfect for any outdoor space. This is your chance to order Nandina shrubs from Garden Beauty’s webshop. Add plants to your basket and fill in the information. You can choose home delivery or Click & Collect. Please choose a day and time for collecting from our nursery in Southampton.

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Nandina

Nandina or Sacred Bamboo are flowering plants from the Berberidaceae family. They are native to India, China and Japan

What is a Nandina?

Nandina are hardy evergreen or semi evergreen shrubs that range in height from less than 0.5m to 1.5m tall. Nandina are grown for their colourful foliage often vibrant pink red or orange when new then fading to green before giving a vivid display of autumnal colours. Small white flowers follow by berries are carried above the foliage in summer.

Where to plant Nandina?

Nandina like sheltered spots with full sun or partial shade and moist but well drained soil. As Nandina are quite small shrubs they make ideal patio plants or they can be used in garden borders adding year round interest as their foliage changes colour.

How to care for a Nandina?

Nandina are easy plants to look after. Water young and pot grown plants in dry spells. Nandina need little pruning but can be lightly trimmed to tidy up dead or damaged foliage in spring.