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Heavenly Bamboo

Nandina domestica

Heavenly Bamboo Nandina domestica has bright green stems and branching habit, which earned it its name. New foliage in the spring has a gorgeous red tint, turns green in the summer before turning back to red-bronze in the fall and winter.

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Heavenly Bamboo Nandina Shrubs for Sale Online

Heavenly Bamboo or Nandina domestica produces lacy green leaves on upright cane-like stems that turn brilliant red in the fall. Bright red berries follow tiny cream-colored flowers. Use for mass plantings to create an intense, colorful specimen as the color changes in fall. Highly adaptable and effective as a specimen plant for Privacy screening or planted in the mixed border.


Hardiness Zone: 6-9
Mature Height: 3 to 6 feet
Mature Width: 3 to 4 feet
Classification: Large, Broad leaved evergreen shrub
Sunlight: Full Sun to Part Shade
Habit: large mounding
Foliage: Bright red new growth
Flower Color: White with red berries
Pruning Season: Pruning not needed
Soil Condition: Any well drained soil
Water Requirements: Water well until established
Uses: Extremely attractive when used as in the mixed border, or containers
Growzone: 6-9 Heavenly Bamboo Hardiness Zone

How to Care for Heavenly Bamboo

Before you purchase your Heavenly Bamboo Shrubs, be sure to read the recommended care instructions to ensure your plant remains happy and healthy for years to come.

How do I water Nandina Heavenly Bamboo Shrubs?

How do I water Nandina Heavenly Bamboo Shrubs?

If it is your Nandina's first growing season, water it deeply and regularly to help establish its extensive root system. Always ensure the soil is kept consistently moist. However, do not waterlog the roots or cause root rot disease. This disease is when your plant's roots are sitting in standing water for too long. Heavenly Bamboo shrubs grown in containers will need a more frequent watering schedule than those planted in the ground. Once your shrubs are well-established, they are more drought-resistant and can tolerate short periods of drought with hardly any problem.

How do I prune my Heavenly Bamboo plant?

How do I prune my Heavenly Bamboo plant?

Heavenly Bamboo shrubs thrive when they are allowed to grow in their natural form rather than being heavily pruned or sheared as a formal hedge. However, you are free to lightly prune the canes of your plant once a year to help it look healthy and full. Think of it as a trim instead of a transformative hair cut. For best results, prune the canes at a variety of heights to keep it looking dynamic and full.

What Kind of Sunlight Does My Heavenly Bamboo Nandina Shrub Need?

What Kind of Sunlight Does My Heavenly Bamboo Nandina Shrub Need?

Your Nandina Heavenly Bamboo shrub is adaptable to many different light conditions, from full sun to partial shade. However, if you want your plant to achieve the most vibrant colors, you should plant your shrub in full sunlight. If your shrub is in partial shade for the majority of the day, it will survive, but it will not be a vibrant as those grown in the sunlight. If your plant is in a container garden, you can change the location of your plant varying on the season or time of day.

How do I fertilize Heavenly Bamboo Nandina?

How do I fertilize Heavenly Bamboo Nandina?

We recommend having a regular fertilizing schedule for your Heavenly Bamboo Nandina shrubs to help encourage blooming and preserve their vibrant colors. Apply a fertilizer designed for ornamental shrubs twice a year, in the early spring, before their growing season begins, and early summer. The early summer application will be just enough time for the fertilizer to settle in and absorb before the cool winter months arrive. Be sure not to overfertilize your plants because this could cause root burn. Also, do not fertilize your shrubs during their growth dormancy seasons of fall and winter. Fertilizing during their dormancy could disrupt them and damage their next growing season.


Frequently Asked questions

Is My Nandina Bamboo Shrub Toxic?

Where Should I Plant My Nandina Bamboo Shrub?

Is Heavenly Bamboo considered Invasive?


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