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Gulf Stream nandina is a dwarf almost fruitless cultivar in the Berberidaceae (barberry) family. With an attractive compact habit and bright colorful leaves, it makes an excellent addition to a walkway planting, a low hedge, courtyard or planted as a specimen or in small groupings in a cottage garden.
It is drought tolerant and may develop suckers. Cold can damage this plant, but it typically does well in southern winters. This plant is particularly resistant to damage by deer.
Prefers full/partial sun
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