Pieris japonica, pink-white, shadowbells 20-25cm BONIFRE
Pieris japonica BONIFRE
or the lavender heather Bonfire grows as a small shrub up to 1 meter high. The plant is evergreen and owes its name to its flame-like panicles.
The lavender heather blooms with pink-white flowers from March to April.
The lavender heathers are ideal companions for rhododendrons or azaleas. The plants tolerate pruning well. The lavender heath needs a sandy to humus-rich soil. Pieris Japonica needs a semi-shady to shady location. The plant tolerates pruning well and is also suitable as an evergreen hedge. Pieris Japonica - the shadow bell is a hardy plant.
Use - Heath gardens, rock gardens and tubs.
Height: up to 1 m high and 1 m wide
Flower color: pink white
Flowering period: April, May, June
Sunlight: partial shade, sunny
PH of the substrate: acidic
Seedling in the pot: 1.5L
Plant height: 20 cm - 25 cm
Plants during transport are very well protected.