EASY TO GROW - Suitable for USDA Hardiness Zones 6 - 10, this shrub requires average watering in well-drained, medium moisture soil such as humus, with full sun to partial shade, and does not need to be pruned. This plant is also drought-tolerant, and is not prone to any serious insect or disease problems.
COLORFUL - 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, which is retained throughout the winter in warmer climates. Tiny white flowers with yellow anthers appear in late spring, followed by sprays of spherical, two-seeded, red berries which persist from fall to spring, providing winter interest.
GROWS 4 - 8 FEET (1.22 - 2.74 m) TALL - With a spread of 2 - 4 feet (0.61 - 1.22 m), Nandina domestica is also known as Heavenly Bamboo, Sacred Bamboo, or Holy Bamboo, although it is a member of the Barberry (Berberidaceae) family, and not actually bamboo.
EVERGREEN TO DECIDUOUS - In warmer climates, this plant is evergreen, but the cooler the weather during winter, the more deciduous it becomes, which also means it won't grow as tall.
INCLUDES 2 MATURE LIVE PLANTS - Homegrown by 9GreenBox. See below for more details about this colorful bamboo-like plant.
Deliveries to CA, OR, WA, AZ, UT, ID, NV, MT, ND, SD will be shipped Bareroot. All other states will be shipped in the pot.
'Scarlet Storm' puts on a spectacular early spring display of large red, double flowers. The Double Take quinces are more than just pretty spring flowers: thornless and deer-resistant, and once established, are drought-tolerant survivallists.
Plants do not produce fruit. Oval to oblong, glossy dark green leaves. No fall color. One of the Double Take series of flowering quinces
Mature Height ( 4-5 Feet ) -- Mature Width ( 4-5 Feet ) -- Exposure ( Full sun to partial shade ) -- Hardiness Zones ( 5-9 )
Grown in Full Gallon Pot -- We can not guarantee flowers at time of purchase -- May ship dormant when ordered from November thru April
Grown, packaged and shipped exclusively by Florida Foliage. Here’s one plant that for the last several years has been gracing the covers and spreads of magazines across the country, not just because it’s a beauty but also because it makes the perfect indoor specimen: the fiddle-leaf fig.
Tall, columnar and sculptural but not bushy for those tight corners. Big violin-shaped leaves (hence the name) that lend dramatic structure. Waxy dark green foliage that forms a perfect contrast with light, neutral walls and furnishings. What’s not to like, right?
The fiddle-leaf fig, Ficus lyrata, is a tough plant that adapts easily to conditions. Once acclimated, it can grow to 6 feet or taller.
Water your fig tree when only the top inch of soil is dry. Test this by sticking your finger in the soil. Pretty soon you'll figure out about how often you need to water. Keep in mind that this may fluctuate based on seasonal humidity, etc.
Keep your fiddle leaf fig in bright, indirect light. In other words, you want it to have a lot of light, but not sunbeams falling directly on it. Fertilize once a month during growing seasons, but not in winter.