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I have a Nandina (it has 'bamboo' in the name, but don't recall). It is getting very tall and lanky. I have another that is staying very compact and full.
Can I lop off height of the Nandina to cause it to 'full' out?

Thanks!

TF

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you can prune the nandina. the "common name" for nandina is heavenly bamboo, but it isn't bamboo at all.

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See also:

Grow and Care for Heavenly Bamboo
Nandina domestica

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http://www.thegardenhelper.com/nandina.html

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Papito... Thank you VERY much!!! That I can prune it rather severly (1/3 of canes) this spring is exactly what I needed to find out! Thanks for the directional assist!!

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Terraflora,

You are welcome.

I divided my heavenly bamboos about a month ago. They are doing just fine in their new containers.

Papito


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