Nandina Domestica – A Wonderful Addition In Your Garden

Some plants attract you just because of their beauty. These plants like the box hedge plants or the hedging plants are used to increase the beauty of your garden. They are not designed in a delicate way in fact they are bit rough and give a contrast to the overall look of your garden. Nandina domestica, generally known as heavenly bamboo is a landscape bush that is the perfect example of emphasis plants. It gives a perfectly beautiful look to the garden when combined with the shrubs of delicate leaf textures.

How does nandina domestica look?

Hedging plants are beautiful in their own way. Similarly, Nandina domestica has its own beauty that differentiates it from other plants. It has an upright clear form with a height that reached from 2 ft to above. It has a similar appearance as of a bamboo due to its light branches and thin stems and lacy delightful delicate foliage.  It gives a proper look when it is planted in a group in front of screening shrubs which are usually cut down in to the loosely shapes or the hedge looks. As the nandina domestica plant has delicate leaves, it gives a very eye-catching look when combined with the course-leafed plants. They are usually combined in such a way that the delicacy and beauty of the plant is not compromised.

Specialties of a nandina domestica:

With its fabulous beauty hedging plants stand out in the first glance. They have a very special feature of changing colours of its leaves over the year despite of being green throughout the year. Young and small Murraya Paniculata plants have eaves with a light bronze tinted colour and as it grows it changes its colour to the lush greenish colour. With the change in season, the plant changes its colour and with fall it converts the colour of leaves to purple tints. The most beautiful shade can be seen in winters. The whole plant becomes bright red colour in winters. In addition to the beauty the exotic plant has white small flowers which increase its beauty to the next level. One more thing that forces everyone to stay and have another look on the plant is the red berries.

About nandina domestica:

This plant basically originates from China and Japan but the special thing about this plant is that it can stay in dry climate and Mediterranean areas. It just needs to be taken well care of. The heat and strong light of a Mediterranean summer are more uncertain however, and in such climates the nandina domestica plant is best grown in the light shade or the filtered sun. Nandina domestica is subject to chlorosis in severe alkaline conditions, (high pH) where this is inability to take up the certain mineral nutrients that causes a yellowing of the leaves. This must take care of all the requirements of feeding of the plants, without the requirement for adding chemical fertilizer. “Ever green growers” provides the best of nandina domestica.