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The Ashburn, VA area is Growing Zone 6not your town?

Nandina Shrubs

Growing Zones: 6-10
Sugg. Price: $99.98
Our Price: $49.99

Growing Zones: 6-10
Sugg. Price: $49.98
Our Price: $24.99


Nandina Shrubs Offer Beautiful, Bright Foliage the Whole Year Through!

Nandina Shrubs are colorful, hardy plants that grow fabulously in zones 6-10 and will keep color in your landscape all year long!

Does your landscape look dull and boring in early spring and late fall? Countless gardeners dream of having continuous color in the landscape. We understand that it can be difficult to select zone appropriate plants that will provide you with color throughout multiple seasons, especially in zones with cooler temperatures.

Bursts of bright red on compact evergreen plants!

We've found that the hardiest & most colorful varieties are the Heavenly Bamboo Nandina, Fire Power Nandina and Harbor Belle Nandina. All are hardy, compact plants that will definitely liven up your landscape in the cooler months when all of your other colorful plants die back.

These plants are lovely during the spring and summer (the typical growing season), but don't you fret. The deep red foliage of the Nandina generally begins to appear in late summer to early fall and holds its color throughout the winter season. In fact, the Heavenly Bamboo Nandina will go through several color changes throughout the spring, summer and fall to provide you with a unique look all year long!

Both the Heavenly Bamboo and the Harbor Belle Nandina produce deep red berries that appear right before the holidays to give your landscape a very festive look.

These easy to grow plants give an almost oriental feel to any landscape!

The colorful Nandina shrub is easy to grow and maintain. In fact, the most compact of our plants, the Harborbelle Nandina, requires absolutely no pruning at all. It grows well in the sun as well as the shade, so no matter where you plant these shrubs, you can't go wrong. Whether you want just a touch of color or an entire yard full of it, this evergreen should definitely be on

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