Pieris japonica


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Noun1.Pieris japonica - broad-leaved evergreen Asiatic shrub with glossy leaves and drooping clusters of white flowersPieris japonica - broad-leaved evergreen Asiatic shrub with glossy leaves and drooping clusters of white flowers
genus Pieris, Pieris - decorative evergreen shrubs of woody vines
bush, shrub - a low woody perennial plant usually having several major stems
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Acid soil is a must for camellias and sweetly scented white or pink-tinged blooms of Pieris japonica. Pieris flowers are produced in bunches that hang in long clusters against a backdrop of new growth, tinged red.
PIERIS JAPONICA 'PASSION' PIERIS is an ever-popular spring shrub, the most widely planted being 'Forest Flame' with its red juvenile foliage and white flowers.
PLANT OF THE WEEK PIERIS JAPONICA 'PASSION' PIERIS is an ever-popular spring shrub, the most widely planted being 'Forest Flame' with its red juvenile foliage and white flowers.
Her bridesmaids carried bouquets of white hydrangeas accented with caramel roses, amnesia roses, silver brunia, and pieris japonica. They were each tied with lace and adorned with a vintage key.
The winter-flowering Skimmia japonica Rubella and (inset) Pieris Japonica Veriagata.
The shopping list included one Amelanchier, one Cornus mas, five Viburnum, three Cornus alba, five Hydrangea macrophylla, three Hydrangea quercifolia, five Leucothoe, three Clethra, 12 Heuchera, 12 Liriope, 12 Athyrium, one Vinca minor, three Microbiota, six Pieris japonica, one Betula nigra, three Chamaecyparis `Pendula,' nine Astilbe and six Hakonechloa.
The young, vibrant red growths of pieris japonica, or Bonfire, are an arresting sight and give little away.
The entire plant was in motion even while still, reminiscent of Pieris japonica covered in its spring filigree.
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. The stems were tied with nude-toned lace and adorned with a vintage key.