Nandina Domestica

Nandina domestica (Heavenly bamboo or Sacred bamboo), is a suckering shrub in the Bar berry family, Berberidaceae; it is a monotypic genus, with this species as its only member. It is native to eastern Asia from the Himalaya east to Japan. Despite the common name, it is not a bamboo at all.

It is an erect shrub growing to 2 m tall, with numerous, usually unbranched stems growing from the roots. The leaves are evergreen (sometimes deciduous in colder areas), 50-100 cm long, bi- to tri-pinnately compound, with the individual leaflets 4-11 cm long and 1.5-3 cm broad. The young leaves in spring are brightly coloured pink to red before turning green; old leaves turn red or purple again before falling. The flowers are white, borne in early summer in conical clusters held well above the foliage. The fruit is a bright red berry 5-10 mm diameter, ripening in late autumn and often persisting through the winter.

The berries are poisonous containing nandenine.

Nandina Pygmaea

Neodypsis Decaryi 5L/40L/60L

Dypsis decaryi is a palm tree commonly known as the Triangle palm native to the Madagascan rain forest. It can reach 15 meters in height although it is rarely found that tall outside of its native habitat due to it being relatively new to cultivation. The leaves are about 2.5 meters in length, arching almost upright from the trunk and then arching gracefully about a meter from their tip. Yellow and green flowers branch out from the lower leaves, which later produce round black inedible fruit about 25 mm (1 in) in diameter. It blooms all year, thus making it especially colorful.

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