Nandina is a genus of flowering plants within the Berberidaceae family, native to eastern Asia. They are commonly known as ‘heavenly or sacred bamboo’. It was first brought to Britain by William Kerr, a Scottish plant hunter, who sent it to London in 1804. The genus name was given by Carl Thunberg, which is a Latinized version of the Japanese word.
Nandina are highly attractive evergreen shrubs that display divine foliage consisting of pinnate, lance-shaped leaves where colour normally coincides perfectly with typical autumnal shades. Clusters of small star-shaped flowers cause a scene during the summer and are swiftly followed by stunning bright red berries.
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