Bright red foliage and berries are a delight in the fall!
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The bright green stems and branching habit of the Nandina domestica earned it the name Heavenly Bamboo, but to be clear it does not belong in the same plant family. 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. Large clusters of small white flowers appear on the ends of stems in the late spring, forming bunches of red-orange berries that provide eye-catching color in late summer and into winter. Birds seek the berries out for food in the winter.