Heavenly bamboo plants are attractive as part of a shrub border, in groupings, or even as a standalone focal point. Small white flowers appear in late spring to summer in USDA Garden Zones 6-9 where it is hardy. Standard heavenly bamboo plants, Nandina domestica, can grow to eight feet (2.5 m.) in maturity with a spread as wide. Most vibrant foliage color results from growing in full sun. Shorter cultivars of heavenly bamboo plants, such as Wood’s Dwarf and Harbour Dwarf, usually reach about 18 inches 45.5 cm.). These more compact types of heavenly bamboo plants work well as edging plants around large beds. The cultivar Firecracker is a dwarf with brilliant, red fall foliage.
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Mountain Snow Pieris Care
Plant in well-drained, rich soil and water regularly to establish. Mulch new plantings to maintain consistent soil moisture and to discourage weeds. Fertilize in early spring. Prune to shape in early spring before the first flush of blooms appear.
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Each leaf is about 1”- 3” inches long and approximately 1” wide.