Wordless Wednesday: Obsessed With Colour


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14 Responses to Wordless Wednesday: Obsessed With Colour

  1. Christina says:

    It’ll be a while before my Nandina changes colour!

    • Cathy says:

      And mine was new this year (after seeing it on blogs last year) so it is all quite new and exciting for me. It’s still very small, perhaps no more than 25cm high

  2. Noelle says:

    Wow, magic, amazing. I have been ‘toying’ with getting a Nandina now for a couple of years, and I think this will be the one for me. They say it needs acid, fertile soil…yes I have that, now I shall have to go and make a place for it…or maybe it will have to be in a pot!

    • Cathy says:

      I was tempted by the foliage of nandinas on other people’s blogs last year, and the new shrub border gave a me a good reason to buy one. The colour change has been quite sudden 🙂

  3. Pretty. These little Nandinas haven’t done well in my neighborhood. I didn’t have them but my next door neighbor has had them and they didn’t like where they were planted I guess. They did turn colors.

  4. Eliza Waters says:

    Gorgeous! Wish they were hardy here. 😦

  5. Chloris says:

    How lovely, a gorgeous colour.Mine hasn’ t turned yet.

  6. Kris P says:

    Your Nandina is gorgeous! Mine have no where near that color yet. Of course, for all practical purposes, it’s still summer here…

  7. Sam says:

    We had Nandina in our previous garden and I loved it. Such a hard-working plant with something for every season.

  8. rickii says:

    This is the season to indulge in an obsession with color.

  9. What a great plant, I have long wanted to add to my garden exactly for its autumn colour. Thanks for reminding me!

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