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Pieris Japonica 'Forest Flame' 40-50cm. 10 Litre.

Pieris Japonica 'Forest Flame' 40-50cm. 10 Litre.

£34.95
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Quick Overview
  • Lily of the valley shrub.
  • Distinctive low maintenance shrub
  • Stunning white flowers in late spring
  • Eventual height upto 4 metres, with a spread of 2.
  • Ideal for all areas of the garden sun, semi shade, shade.
  • Fully winter hardy
Plant Size (cm)
Plant Size (cm)
41cm - 60cm
Pot Size - Litre
Pot Size - Litre
10 Litre
Anticipated Height
Anticipated Height
2/3m
Toleration
Toleration
-10
Flowering Colour
Flowering Colour
White
Growth Speed
Growth Speed
Quick
Evergreen?
Evergreen?
Yes
8 In stock
Qty

Pieris Japonica Forest Flame 10 litre: Glossy brilliant red young leaves gradually turn pink, creamy white, then dark green. In late spring, clusters of pretty, ivory, nodding bell-like flowers appear, resembling lily-of-the-valley. The fiery red young foliage of this upright evergreen shrub will add a splash of vivid colour to a shady shrub border or woodland edge. The Pieris is a low maintenance shrub suitable for both the novice gardener through to the most seasoned.   

What to expect: Your plant will arrive planted in a large 10 litre pot with a height of approximately 50cm, excluding the pot. 

Planting position: Full sun through to partial shade

Soil: Suited to Loam and Sand, moist and well drained soil

Eventual height and spread: eventual height of 4 metres with a spread of 2.5 metres

Foliage: Young foliage is bright red becoming pink and cream, finally green.

Flowering period: Small clusters of cream flowers in Spring

Winter hardy: -5

Pieris Japonica.10 litre/30cm pot Glossy, brilliant red young leaves gradually turn pink, creamy white, then dark green. In late spring, clusters of pretty, ivory, nodding bell-like flowers appear, resembling lily-of-the-valley. The fiery red young foliage of this upright evergreen bushy shrub will add a splash of vivid colour to a shady shrub border or woodland edge. One of the best varieties, this Pieris needs a moist, well-drained acid soil and shade from morning sun.