Pieris japonica


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Synonyms for Pieris japonica

broad-leaved evergreen Asiatic shrub with glossy leaves and drooping clusters of white flowers

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Great in a shrub border or a woodland garden, Pieris japonica comes from an acid-loving family.
Fully grown, Pieris japonica can reach a height and spread of 4m and 3m respectively.
The entire plant was in motion even while still, reminiscent of Pieris japonica covered in its spring filigree.
They include: Euonymus "Emerald 'n' Gold" and Euonymus "Gray Beauty"; Pieris japonica "Little Heath" with its silvered edged leaves; Hebe topiaria, which is compact with tiny grey/green leaves; Gaultheria procumbens, which has attractive leaves with tiny white bell-like flowers and red berries; and Skimmia japonica, with shiny leaves, red buds and, later, white flowers.
The bridesmaids wore dresses of bronze silk taffeta and carried bouquets of white hydrangea accented with caramel garden roses, Amnesia roses, silver brunia, and pieris japonica.
Large Plants suitable for winter containers: Small hollies (especially variegated forms); small skimmias, Pieris japonica "Variegata"; Yucca gloriosa "Variegata"; Camellia japonica "Crimson King", Camellia x williamsii "Debbie".
She wore a cathedral-length illusion veil and carried a romantic hand-tied bouquet of Juliet garden roses, ivory roses, and pieris japonica accented with fragrant tuberose and white sweet pea.
Blue hibiscus (Alyogyne huegelii) Bougainvillea Camellia Citrus Cotoneaster Elaeagnus Euonymus Gardenia Hibiscus Juniper Loropetalum Lycianthes rantonnei Magnolia Photinia Pieris japonica Pyracantha Rhaphiolepis Roses (many varieties)
Some of the many interesting varieties that make up the garden today include weeping mulberry, rose of Sharon, croton, cordyline, swamp sunflower, ardisia, pieris japonica, and acuba.