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- Regular nandina (the old-fashioned heavenly bamboo) would be good, although you would want to prune out the tallest canes each winter completely to the ground, so that new, vigorous canes would regrow. That keeps the plants from becoming leggy.
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- Regular nandina (the old-fashioned heavenly bamboo) would be good, although you would want to prune out the tallest canes to the ground each winter so new, vigorous canes would regrow. That keeps the plants from becoming leggy. Q.
- British Open: Jason Day's bid to lose Best Player Never To Win A Major tag
- His approach to the green of Nandina, the 440-yard, par-four 17th hole, found the bunker. Another bogey. Those two dropped shots cost him a place in the historic playoff between Adam Scott and Angel Cabrera.
- A detailed look at Augusta National
- 17, 440 yards, par 4 (Nandina): The only major change to the course this year was not by design. The Eisenhower Tree to the left of the fairway about 210 yards from the tee could not be saved from an ice storm in February and was removed. That should ...
- New plants for 2015
- Nandina, the popular bamboo-like shrub, will be back in the spotlight with outstanding new cultivars, such as 'Blush Pink', 'Lemon Lime', 'Murasaki' and 'Seika'.
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