Thursday, June 08, 2006


Nandina is a ubiquitous shrub but for good reason. They grow very well in our California climate but I was first introduced to nandina in Texas where the temperature range is much more dramatic.

I like the seasonal changes of the nandina. The new spring growth is a lovely deep rose color. In the fall, the color of the leave will change again. Sprays of white flowers on pink-tinged stems will develop into lovely red berries in the fall. Let some of the berries drop and you will probably have some volunteers sprout.

1 comment:

andy said...


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