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How big does a Flirt Nandina get?

How big does a Flirt Nandina get?

about 1.5 feet tall
The compact, vibrant Nandina Flirt adds loads of color and takes up minimal space. Its mature size is about 1.5 feet tall and 2 feet wide. Nandinas are excellent for mixed beds, borders and mass plantings.

Is Flirt Nandina invasive?

It is now considered to be an invasive species in some southern states. Additionally, the berries of Nandina domestica have been linked to toxicity in cedar waxwing birds.

How wide does nandina get?

4 feet wide
Growing up to 8 feet tall and 4 feet wide, nandina shrubs display bright-red fall foliage, and many varieties also provide beautifully colored new growth in spring.

Does Flirt Nandina get berries?

It does not produce berries, so this plant is not going anywhere. Once established it is drought-resistant, so it is ideal for those who love plants, but don’t have the time for watering. Flirt Nandina is a dwarf form of the popular sacred bamboo – a plant often grown for its shade tolerance and drought resistance.

What can I plant with Nandina flirt?

This evergreen container garden planting showcases nandina, complemented by hardy shrubs such as Purple Pixie® Loropetalum and ‘Soft Caress’ Mahonia.

How do you trim a Flirt Nandina?

Prune the canes out all the way to the ground and don’t remove more than 1/3 of the total canes. This will encourage fresh, new stems to sprout with beautiful new foliage. Never shear Nandina as it destroys the soft, informal character of the plant.

What is the smallest nandina?

Flirt Nandina
The Flirt Nandina is the smallest of the dwarf Nandinas.

What can I plant with nandina flirt?

How big do blush Nandinas get?

Moderate growing; reaches 24 in. tall, 18 to 24 in. wide. Prized for foliage.

Which is the smallest nandina?

‘Harbour Dwarf’ is a dwarf form of Nandina that typically grows to only 2-3 foot tall, but can spreads by rhizomes to 3-4 foot wide. Leaves are smaller, narrower and closer together, typically forming a dense foliage mound that branches to the ground. Fruits are less abundant than with most Nandinas.

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What does Nandina look like in winter?

The foliage is tropical and looks exotic with leaves that are compound and bisected three ways. The leaves are a bright, glossy green in the summer, but they really shine in the winter with a fiery array of reds and burgundies.