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Nandina

Nandina domestica

Heavenly Bamboo, Sacred Bamboo

About This Plant

Not recommended. Nandina has spread aggressively into natural areas throughout the southeastern U.S., including central Texas and Bexar County. The roots are tough and difficult to eradicate once established. New dwarf varieties are sterile, without the berries spread by birds.

Origins: East Asia

Maintenance

None needed.

Nandina is everywhere, but it's not recommended as it is spreading and invading the Texas Hill Country.

Min. Height: 6'

Max Height: 8 feet'

Min. Width: 4'

Max Width: 6 feet'

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