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Nandina ‘Blush Pink’
(Heavenly Bamboo)


July - August
50cm x 50cm
Partial Shade, Sun
Easy Care
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Nandina ‘Blush Pink’ is cherished on our nursery for its unique, ever-changing foliage. This compact, evergreen shrub displays soft pink new growth, turning to deep green and brilliant red in Autumn. It’s ideal for adding year-round interest to your borders, containers, or as a colourful hedge. Selected by our growers for its hardiness and ease of care, ‘Blush Pink’ is a reliable performer and a versatile garden favourite.


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This evergreen shrub will provide year round interest with it's vibrant foliage colour. In spring bright red new foliage will appear, this matures to dark green in summer before colouring up with red and orange tints during autumn. This compact shrub provides superb value in the garden, making an excellent specimen for patio containers and the front of borders. Nandina will tolerate most soil types that are moist but well-drained, can be grown in sun or partial shade and prefer a sheltered position away from cold winds. During the first year give it a good water once a week, but once established it should be fairly self sufficient unless grown in a container. This variety is slow growing and requires very little pruning as it will remain fairly compact. Pruning can be done in later winter to remove dead or damaged growth. A general slow-release shrub fertiliser can be applied in the spring to promote healthy growth.    

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