Latin Name: Domestica 'Compacta'
- This Attractive Upright Evergreen's Foliage Grows from a Cane-Like Stem. Its Foliage is Reddish-Purple During Fall And Winter, and Red-Tinted with Dark-Green Foliage Throughout the Rest of the Year. Its White Flowers Bloom in Summer Followed by Red Berry-Like Clusters Through Winter. This Dense Shrub Grows 4-5 Feet Tall (3-4 Feet Wide).
Amount of Sunlight: Full Sun to Partial Shade.
Amount of Water: Water Regularly; More Frequent Watering in Extreme Heat; Drought Tolerant.
Soil Conditions: Adaptable to Most Soils; Prefers Dry, Well-Drained Soil.
Cold Hardiness Zone: 6-11.
- This Low-Maintenance Evergreen Needs a Regular Water Schedule to Ensure the Growth of a Mature Root System. After the Mature Root System is Established, Watering is Needed Occasionally, Except During a Drought, Watering is Needed Regularly. Once Mature, Shearing is Recommended Annually to Maintain Desired Shape.