Nandina domestica ‘Fire Power’ is a compact shrub bearing clusters of small, star-shaped white flowers in summer, in contrast with bamboo-like leaves.
In autumn, the leaves turn shades of red and orange before falling, and the flowers develop into shiny red fruits.
With its long season of interest and compact habit, Nandina domestica ‘Fire Power’ is perfect for a sunny spot in a small garden and can also be grown in containers.
Height & Spread 50m
Partial Shade - At least 4–6 hours of dappled sun.
Grows up to 0.5m in height with a 0.5m spread. Takes 10 years to reach maturity.
Clay – The smallest soil particles which retain water well and feels sticky when wet and smooth when dry.
Fertile Loam – The soil type that we all love! It contains silt, sand and clay.
Sandy – Large particles that feel dry and gritty and can't hold water.
This plant will not survive cold temperatures.
Although considered non-poisonous to humans - all parts of this plant are poisonous to animals if ingested.
The berries are particularly toxic to cats, grazing animals and birds - remove and dispose to prevent them from foraging when other food sources are scarce.
Considered invasive in North Carolina, Tennessee, Georgia, Florida and Maryland, the cultivation and sale of plants is discouraged.