Firepower Nandina. This New Zealand cultivar takes on a dwarf mounding habit which matures at around 30" with an equal spread. It can be kept lower with a little judicious pruning. But its most distinguishing trait is fluorescent red color after the first frost in the fall. Really one of the more strikingly colored winter plants. For best color, plant in full sun. Once established, it is a very drought tolerant plant. We have experienced no deer or rabbit problems with this plant either. This is one selection on which I have never seen flowers. I would advise to prune it back within two to three inches of the ground every 3-5 years. This lends to a much tidier appearance.