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Pieris japonica mountain fire size

Pieris japonica "MOUNTAIN FIRE" - Havlis.cz

Pieris japonica "Mountain Fire" lily-of-the-valley shrub. Its ultimate size is almost 4m in its native habitat, we can expect a little over 1.5m.

Plant List

The garden plant list is quite impressive for the size of garden they all need to fit into:. Pieris Japonica “Mountain Fire” Pieris Japonica “Silver Flame”

Greenline Plants

PIERIS Japonica Mountain Fire Size: 2 Ltr Form: 20-25 £10.00 (9 in stock)

Gallery Of Plants

Gallery of plants for you. . The Pieris Japonica is a great ornamental evergreen shrub. It does well in zones four through nine. A unique plant with wonderful pink or white flowers blooming throughout the winter months. Learn more...

The Courtyard Gardener

Here’s a picture. As you can see, the previous owners had quite a few plants here (including a stunning Pieris Japonica ‘mountain fire’ along with a slightly sickly fig and a lot of scruffy honeysuckle and ivy) – but it always felt.

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70268 Pieris japonica ‘Mountain Fire’ — Exceptional fiery red new growth gives this cultivar color interest throughout the growing season and the white flowers make for an eye catching contrast.

Catalog of Products

Pieris japonica (Mountain Fire Japanese Pieris) Pieris japonica (Purity Japanese Pieris). Moss covered slabs Unique moss covered slabs of various size and thickness for steps and water features. Sold by the pallet.

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Hydrangea paniculata ‘Fire and Ice’. Pieris japonica ‘Katsura’ This new dwarf pieris is the perfect plant for a shady area.

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The Pieris japonica Mountain Fire is a striking evergreen shrub which produces young red foliage in the spring followed by masses of bell shaped white flowers which resemble lily-of-the-valley , giving it the name lily-of-the-valley shrub.

Shade Gardening

In my previous Post in April, “Spring 2014: Snow-White Extravaganza”, I waxed eloquent about Pieris japonica ‘Mountain Fire’, showed photos of its fragrant flowers, and mentioned the fire-engine-red new foliage growth to come.