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Pieris Mountain Fire - 3 Container

Show-stopper Pieris Mountain Fire Thrives in Partial Shade!Gorgeous Fiery Spring GrowthGlossy Green FoliageGreat in Partial ShadeEvergreenFragrant White FlowersGreat Size for PrivacyPollinator FriendlyXeriscapingFire-Wise LandscapingDrought-Tolerant Once …
Show-stopper Pieris Mountain Fire Thrives in Partial Shade!Gorgeous Fiery Spring GrowthGlossy Green FoliageGreat in Partial ShadeEvergreenFragrant White FlowersGreat Size for PrivacyPollinator FriendlyXeriscapingFire-Wise LandscapingDrought-Tolerant Once EstablishedPieris Mountain Fire (Pieris japonica 'Mountain Fire'), also know as Japanese Andromeda Mountain Fire, is a partial-shade garden show-stopper! Pieris Mountain Fire offers so many interesting features, you'll wonder why you waited this long to plant a few!An amazingly ornamental evergreen, Mountain Fire will add some gorgeous color to your landscape year-round! From the start of the year, the foliage has flaming red, early spring hues, and in summer as it ages it turns burgundy then to a deep green for the main portion growing season. In winter it is thoroughly evergreen and stays that way until spring's red leaves arrive.The spring foliage is always mixed with the previous year's leaves of pure green, so it looks almost like red flowers blooming on the bush. It doesn't take long, though, for the red leaves to give way to fragrant clusters of pinkish-white flowers that form in unusual hanging chains and dangle from the plant.Looking similar to Lily of the Valley, these blooms on Pieris Mountain Fire will cause a lot of garden chatter! Pollinators will adore your Mountain Fire as much as you will!How to Use Pieris Mountain Fire In The LandscapeBroadleaf evergreen shrubs are perfect additions throughout the landscape to provide greenery spring, summer, fall and winter! Looking fabulous in Asian-inspired gardens and both informal and formal plantings, cottage and rustic gardens alike!This slightly arched shrub can easily be shaped into a lovely low privacy hedge, or it fits nicely into tight spots as a foundation plant. If left to its own devices, this creates a sizeable privacy hedge and screen with year-round protection. Its slower-growing nature makes them ultra-low maintenance and requires little pruning.Try Mountain Fire in your mixed border and...
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Show-stopper Pieris Mountain Fire Thrives in Partial Shade!Gorgeous Fiery Spring GrowthGlossy Green FoliageGreat in Partial ShadeEvergreenFragrant White FlowersGreat Size for PrivacyPollinator FriendlyXeriscapingFire-Wise LandscapingDrought-Tolerant Once EstablishedPieris Mountain Fire (Pieris japonica 'Mountain Fire'), also know as Japanese Andromeda Mountain Fire, is a partial-shade garden show-stopper! Pieris Mountain Fire offers so many interesting features, you'll wonder why you waited this long to plant a few!An amazingly ornamental evergreen, Mountain Fire will add some gorgeous color to your landscape year-round! From the start of the year, the foliage has flaming red, early spring hues, and in summer as it ages it turns burgundy then to a deep green for the main portion growing season. In winter it is thoroughly evergreen and stays that way until spring's red leaves arrive.The spring foliage is always mixed with the previous year's leaves of pure green, so it looks almost like red flowers blooming on the bush. It doesn't take long, though, for the red leaves to give way to fragrant clusters of pinkish-white flowers that form in unusual hanging chains and dangle from the plant.Looking similar to Lily of the Valley, these blooms on Pieris Mountain Fire will cause a lot of garden chatter! Pollinators will adore your Mountain Fire as much as you will!How to Use Pieris Mountain Fire In The LandscapeBroadleaf evergreen shrubs are perfect additions throughout the landscape to provide greenery spring, summer, fall and winter! Looking fabulous in Asian-inspired gardens and both informal and formal plantings, cottage and rustic gardens alike!This slightly arched shrub can easily be shaped into a lovely low privacy hedge, or it fits nicely into tight spots as a foundation plant. If left to its own devices, this creates a sizeable privacy hedge and screen with year-round protection. Its slower-growing nature makes them ultra-low maintenance and requires little pruning.Try Mountain Fire in your mixed border and...
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