Satish ji: Its a very common houseplant, any nursery will have it with
a name tag...
growing conditions and watering info etc... even a discount house
like Walmart carries it..
Grows profusely in the lower warmer states as hedge, boundary marker
etc and provides color
both with green and then red-brown leaves and reddish - or even orange
in California and Florida, the berries are profuse, little birds like
tits and house sparrows hide in them and eat the berries..
ANOTHER very nice use of Nandina is: it lends itself to BONSAI
I am enjoying your California plants pics ... will you get a chance to
photograph street trees?
and if in SF itself there is a flock of "wild" parrots overlooking
the Presidio, exact location , locals can perhaps tell yo...
The streets of SF and neighboring towns are a treasure trove of
On Jun 30, 10:11 pm, Gurcharan Singh <singh...@gmail.com
> Nandina domestica, the sacred bamboo or heavenly bamboo
> Dr. Gurcharan Singh
> Retired Associate Professor
> SGTB Khalsa College, University of Delhi, Delhi-110007
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