Nandina domestica


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Nandina domestica

horticultural plant in family Berberidaceae; can cause cyanide poisoning; called also sacred or heavenly bamboo.
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The plants, which thrive on little summer water and require no irrigation in winter, include variegated Cistus corbariensis 'Little Miss Sunshine', flecked with white blooms; bronze-tinged Abelia 'Kaleidoscope'; and red-tinged Nandina domestica 'Obsession', fringed with cool blue fescue (Festuca glauca 'Beyond Blue').
And Nandina domestica, sometimes known as heavenly bamboo, although not of the same family, can be used to create a thick, flowering barrier.
Feeding behavior-related toxicity due to Nandina domestica in Cedar Waxwings (Bombycilla cedrorum).
Two shrubs that are favorites with many gardeners and that produce berries in abundance are leatherleaf mahonia, Mahonia bealei and nandina, Nandina domestica.
Nandina domestica - Like bamboo with the added bonus of flowers and berries.
It was first isolated by Takase and Ohashi (1926) from fruit of Nandina domestica Thunberg, which was used to treat asthma, whooping cough, pharynx tumor and uterine bleeding in Japan for many years.
And I can't leave out my old favourite, Nandina domestica, also known as heavenly bamboo.
For those who don't think they can survive an Antelope Valley winter without color in their garden, Hayes said his personal favorite plant is the leafy Nandina domestica, a plant of Japanese origin commonly known as heavenly bamboo, which turns a reddish pink in cold weather.
Nandina domestica, or heavenly bamboo, is yet another shrub resplendent with red berries in December.
Nandina domestica, known popularly as heavenly bamboo, has been intensively hybridized in recent years and is now available in a large variety of sizes and growth habits.
Many of these will be familiar to Los Angeles gardeners, including: sago palm, Japanese maple, bougainvillea, bamboo, cotoneaster, jade plant, Ficus benjamina and Ficus nitida, fuchsia, ginkgo, crepe myrtle, common myrtle, orange jasmine (Murraya), Nandina domestica, olive, Japanese black pine, Podocarpus macrophyllus, pomegranate, pyracantha, azalea, Chinese elm and wisteria.