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Mar 10, Taller, ordinary nandina grows lanky and bare at the bottom over time. Pruning restores a full and compact look. Using hand pruners (never hedge shears), renew neglected clumps by cutting one-third of the main stalks to the ground every year for three years.

Aug 09, Nandina do not require pruning for health or performance except to remove damaged or dead plant parts or to remove a stray branch that is spoiling the shape of the plant.





Compact selections of Nandina (growing under 3 feet in height) remain tidy with little or no pruning. Oct 25, Cut the stems in one-third lengths for a fuller look. Prune the oldest, longest stems to a third of their length. Cut the next couple of stems down to half their length. Trim the rest of the stems to a quarter of their original length%(44). Nandina can be propagated from seeds, but germination sometimes takes several years. If using half-ripe wood cuttings, place them in potting soil in well-drained pots or trays.



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Rooting hormone can. This new nandina from our Southern Living Plant Collection is named 'Blush Pink.'. It grows only 2 feet tall and wide -- perfect for massing under low windows or planting in containers. New foliage emerges bright pink before turning green. In fall and winter, the leaves turn bright red. 'Flirt' nandina.





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