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Nandina Domestica – evergreen Shrub, by the erect and dense, and dynamic foliage multi-colored, that produces numerous decorative clusters of red berries. The Nandina Domestica is used in flower beds and gardens to create hedges cheerful and colorful, spots, and groups.
Nandina Domestica The Nandina Domestica is an evergreen shrub of the family Berberidaceae, native to Asia. It spread quickly to the ability to beautify the garden in all seasons. It has slender stems, erect with leaves in the shape of a pen that change colour in different periods of the year: in spring, the new ributti are rosé, while the foliage adult is dark green and tinged purple in autumn. Spring-blooming small white flowers, gathered in long panicles; and in the autumn following an intense production of berries of bright red color that remain on the plant until spring. The nandina domestica does not have any particular problems of cultivation. Adapts to all soils provided drained, can be exposed even in the shade, but in this case flowering will be less abundant, does not need pruning. The nandina can be grown successfully in pots or planters making note of several times during the year. Can be used as plant hedge, but also as an ornamental plant as a shrub, single. A curiosity: in many asian countries, the nandina domestica is considered to be a plant that brings good luck!
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|Period with berries:|
|Max height||1,5 - 2 m|
|Max width||1 - 1.2 m|
|Exposure||sun, half shade|
|Annual growth||20 - 40 cm|
|Flowers||in June and July, small white flowers in panicles|
|Delivery||shrub in pot|
What to do on arrival of Nandina Domestica - Gently remove the plants of Nandina Domestica from packaging, without haste and with caution. Free them from the tubular net that surrounds them by cutting the knot under the vase and pulling it upwards. If necessary water them. It is not necessary to plant them immediately, just irrigate them when the pot is dry.
Planting of Nandina Domestica - Dig a hole big and deep about twice the size of the vase. Place the plants of Nandina Domestica without putting them too deep. Fill the hole with a mixture of earth, universal garden soil of excellent quality and slow release organic fertilizer. Cover the plate with about a couple of inches of earth. Fill the hole completely with the necessary mixture, applying light pressure all around the plant to compact the soil.
Irrigation of Nandina Domestica - After planting, abundantly water the Nandina Domestica, especially in the hot months, to compact the ground. Then irrigate only when the soil begins to dry, in order to maintain an adequate moisture level at the roots and avoid problems of water stagnation.
Pruning of Nandina Domestica - At the time of planting the Nandina Domestica there is no need to perform important pruning. If you want to promote a thicker growth it is sufficient to proceed with a slight topping. Then proceed with more consistent pruning to give shape and vigor to the plants of Nandina Domestica.
Composting of Nandina Domestica - Perform in February-March and September-October two fertilizations with slow release organic fertilizer, to maintain a constant nutritional intake throughout the year.
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