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Cascading ruby-red clusters of charming bell-shaped flowers of Pieris Interstella resemble glowing lanterns by the hundreds against an evergreen backdrop. Long-lasting flowers, before the calendar proclaims spring, are followed by new-growth foliage blushed red on red stems. Stunning!
A compact growth habit with evergreen foliage provides year-round presence. Quite shade tolerant, this flowering shrub is related to Rhododendron/Azalea and thrives in the same conditions. Flowers will persist for about 2 months.
Pieris Interstella, also called Japanese Andromeda or Lily of the Valley Shrub provides four-season interest with its evergreen foliage. A stunning focal point specimen plant or works great in a mass planting. Not favored by deer!
Blooms on old wood. Should NOT be regularly pruned or cut back. Selectively remove branches as needed to develop the shape you wish. Prefers acidic, moist, well-drained soil and protection from winter winds. Fertilize in winter and early summer with a fertilizer designed for acid-loving plants - a product recommended for azaleas and camellias works well.
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