A blog of Japan. You can see Japanese daily life and scenery through my camera. All photos are taken in Funabashi city and surround.
Here in funabashi, nandina(nanten) is usually planted in garden.But, sometime it grow in wild.Photo above is nandina in bamboo thicket.
Photo above is nandina in the garden.The flower blooms in early summer and the fruit is produced from late fall to early winter.
The colors of the holidays! I love it.
I am very confused now. What in Italy we call Nandina is a totally different plant! It has small, mainly red leaves with three points and has a lovely shape, I really like it. Your nandina has also the fruits...
I really like to see nandina and baboo together, lovely composition.
Hi, NobuWe have the same nandina here. I used to have lots of it. The seeds sprouted everywhere from the berries. It's a beautiful plant.The common name here for it is "heavenly bamboo".Dawn
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