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Heavenly Bamboo
Mexican Fan Palm
Heavenly Bamboo harbour Dwarf
Torch Lily
Heavenly Bamboo

Common name: Heavenly Bamboo
Botanical name: Nandina domestica

Nandina domestica is a graceful upright shrub that grows from 3' - 6' in height. It gets its name from its bamboo-like growth habit. When thinned from the center, it bears a remarkable resemblance to bamboo. It is best used in groups. It can be used in a shaded patio or out in a shrub border with full sun. An interesting feature of Heavenly Bamboo is the bronze color in the new growth when planted in full sun. It also bears clusters of white flowers in the spring.

Mexican Fan Palm

Common name: Mexican Fan Palm
Botanical name: Washingtonia robusta

The Mexican Fan Palm is a very tall, rapidly growing palm with large, fan-shaped leaves. It has a tropical look, and can grow several feet a year. This species is excellent for larger yards and lining streets.

Heavenly Bamboo harbour Dwarf

Common name: Heavenly Bamboo harbour Dwarf
Botanical name: Nandina domestica 'Harbour Dwarf'

The Nadina domestica 'Harbour Dwarf' is similar to Nandina domestica except it grows 18-24" high. It spreads by underground rhizomes and can also be used as a ground cover. It may be grown under conditions of sun to part shade. Adds color and texture to gardens. Does well in mass plantings.

Torch Lily

Common name: Torch Lily
Botanical name: Kniphofia hybrids

This perennial will grow to about 6' tall and has large green leaves with red, orange, and yellow flowers that bloom in spring, summer, and fall.

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