Gulfstream Nandina is a hardy smaller evergreen shrub border with showy foliage. New growth on the Gulfstream is an intense red color then matures to green. When the weather starts cooling down in fall the foliage will return to orange-red. Easily grown and once established this Nandina is very easy to maintain. Fertilize Nandina in spring with slow-release fertilizer for best color and foliage density throughout the year.
For a seamless planting, space your Gulfstream Nandina 1 foot apart from plant center to plant center. For space between plantings, plant them 4+ feet apart.
KRISTINE BANKS (verified owner) –
After seeing YouTube videos of unboxings from PBM I decided to ordered 4 of these Nandinas in the 2.4 gallon pot (largest size offered). Arrived well packaged and seem in good condition. Sadly none of the four did not come anywhere close to the size of what is pictured on their site or what I have seen watching unboxings. One of the four was extremely small.