Does dwarf nandina spread?
Dwarf nandina Gulf Harbour is often planted as a low-growing, dense plant shield or ground cover that reaches only 2 feet tall and can spread to 3 feet wide.
How fast does Obsession Nandina grow?
|Feature||Bright red young foliage spring to fall|
|Dimensions||3-4′ H x 2-3′ W|
|Water Needs||Low Water Once Established/Water-wise|
Where is the best place to plant nandinas?
Nandina grows best in moist but well-drained soil that is slightly acidic. Choose a sheltered spot, with some sun to encourage good colouring up of the foliage.
How tall does Obsession Nandina get?
3-4 feet tall
Expect this shrub to max out at 3-4 feet tall and wide. This is a welcome change from traditional nandinas that are known for getting tall and leggy. It’s great for usage as a medium-height accent, hedge, mass planting, or border plant, and will really shine when planted with contrasting colored plants.
Is Nandina a perennial?
An evergreen member of the Barberry family, the Nandina domestica is a slow-growing perennial shrub that thrives in Sunset’s Climate Zones 3 through 33.
Are Nandinas invasive?
It’s always great to grow plants near a window, to enjoy the foliage and also screen out the hot sun…and an excellent plant to do just this is Japanese sacred bamboo, Nandina domestica. A good place to grow these plants is in a courtyard garden, where you want the look of bamboo but not its invasive root run.
Is nandina a perennial?