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Felder Rushing

(Japanese Pieris, Lily-of-the-Valley Bush)

An elegant and hardy broadleaf evergreen that offers something for every season, this East Asian native slowly forms an upright medium-sized shrub. The handsome glossy-green laurel-like leaves are often bronze, pink, or red upon emergence. Drooping chains of greenish-white, pink, or red buds open to white or pink urn-shaped flowers in late winter or early spring. The flower clusters resemble those of lily of the valley. Plants often develop a picturesque open habit and attractive peeling bark as...

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James Burghardt

(Dwarf Cavatine Pieris, Japanese Pieris)

Japanese pieris is a medium-sized broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern China, Japan and Taiwan. Its dwarf cultivar 'Cavatine' bears fountaining tassles of pinkish buds that open to fragrant white flowers in spring, somewhat later than those of other Japanese pieris. Its dark green leaves are smaller than normal. Dwarf Cavatine pieris excels in moist, well drained, acidic soil, and protection from cold winds and harsh sunlight. With its compact mounding habit, attractive foliage, unique showy...

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Pieris)

An elegant and hardy evergreen shrub from eastern Asia, Japanese pieris offers something for every season. The low-growing, floriferous selection 'Compacta' provides year-round display with its drooping chains of greenish white flower buds in winter, its pure white urn-shaped flowers in late winter or early spring, and its glossy green laurel-like leaves that are bronze-tinged when new. The fragrant flowers resemble those of lily of the valley. Less than half the height of full-sized Japanese pieris...

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Donna W. Moramarco

(Japanese Pieris)

An elegant and hardy broadleaf evergreen that offers something for every season, Japanese pieris is an upright medium-sized shrub from East Asia. The cultivar 'Dorothy Wyckoff' provides ample year-round display with its drooping chains of red-purple flower buds in winter, its pale pink to white urn-shaped flowers in late winter or early spring, and its deep glossy-green laurel-like leaves that go bronze in cold weather. The flower clusters resemble those of lily of the valley. Plants often develop...

(Japanese Pieris)

An elegant and hardy broadleaf evergreen that offers something for every season, Japanese pieris is an upright medium-sized shrub from East Asia. The cultivar 'Flaming Star' provides ample year-round ornament with its drooping chains of greenish white flower buds in winter, its white urn-shaped flowers in late winter or early spring, and its cream-edged glossy green leaves that emerge fiery red in spring. The flower clusters resemble those of lily of the valley. This relatively slow-growing, compact...

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Pieris)

An elegant and hardy broadleaf evergreen that offers something for every season, Japanese pieris is an upright medium-sized shrub from East Asia. The cultivar 'Flamingo' provides ample year-round ornament with its large drooping chains of red flower buds in winter, its rose-red fading to rose-pink urn-shaped flowers in late winter or early spring, and its glossy-green laurel like leaves. The flower clusters resemble those of lily of the valley. It grows slowly into a picturesque open-branched shrub...

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James H. Schutte

(Forest Flame Pieris, Japanese Pieris)

A hybrid between the two East-Asian species Pieris floribunda and Pieris formosa, 'Forest Flame' is a medium-sized broadleaf evergreen named for its kaleidescope foliage that matures from red, orange and pink shades to dark glossy green. In early spring it bears large, cascading, tassle-like clusters of pinkish buds that open to white flowers. With its rounded habit, sinuous branches, peeling bark, attractive foliage, unique showy blooms, decorative winter buds, and resistance to deer, this plant...

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James Burghardt

(Japanese Pieris)

An elegant and hardy evergreen shrub, Japanese pieris offers something for every season. Selected for its compact habit and colorful blooms, 'Historyland Supreme' features drooping chains of burgundy-red flower buds in winter, pale pink urn-shaped flowers in late winter or early spring, and glossy deep green laurel-like leaves year round. The fragrant flowers resemble those of lily of the valley. About half the height of full-sized Japanese pieris cultivars, 'Historyland Supreme' grows slowly into...

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James Burghardt

(Japanese Pieris)

An elegant and hardy evergreen shrub, Japanese pieris offers something for every season. Selected for its dwarf habit and colorful leaves and stems, 'Little Heath Green' features small, glossy deep green, laurel-like leaves that are bronze-red when new and again in winter. The stems are also red. The fragrant flowers – resemble those of lily of the valley – are sparse or absent. A fifth the height of full-sized Japanese pieris cultivars, 'Little Heath Green' grows very slowly into a dense knee-high...

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James H. Schutte

(Japanese Pieris, Mountain Fire Pieris)

Japanese pieris is a medium-sized broadleaf evergreen shrub native to eastern China, Japan and Taiwan. Its cultivar 'Mountain Flame' is named for its fiery-red new foliage which later turns deep chestnut brown before maturing to dark green. Fountaining tassle-like clusters of pinkish buds open to fragrant white flowers in early spring. With its rounded habit, sinuous branches, peeling bark, attractive foliage, unique showy blooms, decorative winter buds, and resistance to deer, 'Mountain Flame'...