Firepower Heavenly Bamboo (Nandina domestica ‘Firepower’) is a dwarf form that typically grows to only 2′ tall and as wide. It does not produce flowers or fruit and is basically grown for its attractive foliage. Leaves emerge lime green in spring, mature to medium green, and acquire some red tints in mid to late summer before turning fiery red in fall. Where evergreen, the leaves usually retain excellent red color throughout winter. This plant grows best in rich, well-draining soil. Heavenly bamboo plants are attractive as part of a shrub border, in groupings or even as a standalone focal point. Blooms in midsummer with small white flowers. Birds love the clumps of bright red berries.
Plant 4ft apart
Full sun/partial shade is recommended.
4-6" Burlap Wrap, 6-12" Bare-Root, 12-18" Bare-Root