Pieris Japonica Little Green Heath
Pieris Japonica Little Green Heath showing bronze leaf colouring
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Pot size: 20 Litres
Plant ID: 6420
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Pieris Japonica Little Green Heath is one of the most compact of the Japanese Pieris cultivars.
An elegant, bushy evergreen, ornamental shrub, Little Green Heath has small leathery, bright green leaves, these emerge in Spring as a beautiful warm bronze colour (which returns again in winter). The foliage matures to a deep vibrant green. This cultivar may produce sparse numbers of flowers resembling small white bells.
Pieris Japonica Little Green Heath grows to a much smaller size than the full sized Japanese Pieris and often adopts a mound like shape which is neat and an attractive addition to the border or at the edges of a woodland garden.
Growing Tip: Little Green Heath prefers a sheltered position in sun or partial shade in moist, well drained acidic soil. Happily growing in containers or in a patio garden, this is a perfect shrub for urban and courtyard gardens giving interest throughout the year.
If your intention is to 'container grow' Japanese Pieris, remember it does need to be kept moist. Pieris Little Green Heath is relatively slow growing and will reach a height and spread of circa 1 metre, reaching maturity at around 10-15 years.
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