In colder regions like ours, this Pieris will have a much restrained, slower development. Spectacular foliage with fire red new shoots, turning bronze green and finally lustrous dark green. White hanging panicles of flowers appear in early spring. Trim after flowering, if needed. Plant in an area sheltered from winter winds or in an area with a good accumulation of snow. Use in association in borders of acid-loving plants.
'EMERALD SPREADER' is a compact, dense, spreading Japanese yew cultivar that typically matures very slowly. Perfect as a groundcover, it produces red berries contrasting well on the dark green foliage.
Very popular in recent years, this ovoid or conical plant is most notable for its orange-yellow foliage that deepens and reddens in winter. Present juvenil form of foliage and it is very soft and fluffy. Used in rock garden, in association in border or as an hedge.
soft and lacy fine-textured plant, Fire Chief™ forms a perfect round ball. Sage-green foliage is topped with red tips, offering a distinctive look in foundation plantings, as low hedges, or in borders. And of course, they are splendid elements in container. An improvement over 'Rheingold' with brighter spring foliage, more red tips and less prone to splitting.