Little Blood Berberis / Red Hedge Berberis
The Berberis Thunbergii Atropurpurea Nana is probably better known to you as Blood Berberis. It is a densely bushy, compact shrub with deep reddish-brown leaves and fine thorns.
Berberry hedge - The ideal protection from animal visitors
Due to its growth characteristics, the barberry shrub is very suitable for planting as a hedge. It is mainly planted along paths and roads, where it is an obstacle for animals that should not stroll through the garden unwelcome
Optimum growth height of the red bloodberry
Berberis thunbegrii 'Atropurpurea Nana' does not grow particularly tall. Its average height is up to half a metre, which can already be seen from its name. „Nana“ means dwarf. This makes it not necessarily suitable as a screen, but it gives structure to your garden and can also be planted as a property border and is versatile due to its bushy growth. This Berberis grows up to about 5 to 10 cm per year, is easy to prune and is not difficult to care for.
Find the best place for the small blood barberry in your garden
Little bloodberries grow and flower best in the sun. In the shade, the shrub becomes bare. It will grow in any garden soil, so you will have no trouble choosing a nice spot for it
Decorative flowering with beautiful leaves
The Berberis thunbergii is very decorative. It flowers in spring with deep yellow flowers and has red berries in autumn. Atropurpurea Nana' produces dark purple (atropurpurea) flowers that contrast beautifully with the flowers.
The plants grow in spring and autumn with deep yellow flowers and red berries.
The plants are grown in pots, so you can use them all year round. For one metre of hedge you need about 5 plants.
The plants are grown in pots, so you can use them all year round.
We wish you much pleasure with the Small Bloodberry in your garden.