This dense, low-growing cultivar from New Zealand is usually tinged with orange or red, but becomes an intense red mound in the Autumn & Winter.
This shrub is Wow! Wow! Wow! in the Autumn - must see to believe.
The best time to prune is in late winter, just before new growth begins. Firepower does not fruit or flower.
Neat, low evergreen mounds are terrific for borders, massing & containers. * Deer & Drought Resistant *
Photo taken outside the Asheboro Public Library in Randolph County, NC
Greenish-Blue w/tinges of Red & Orange
The Foliage changes from warm greens to oranges and finally reds as the temperature changes throughout the year. Adds tons of interest to your area.