Heat-tolerant shrub offers showy flower clusters and evergreen foliage that keeps its color during the summer months. The rich green and yellow variegated foliage provides a striking backdrop for the clusters of purplish-red flowers that bloom in the spring. This showy, upright shrub performs best when planted in well-drained soil and in partial shade. Deer tend to avoid. Pieris japonica 'Passion Frost'
Planting InstructionsSet plant at same level it is growing at in the container. Firm soil and water thoroughly.
Winter CareNo winter care needed.
Flower FormClusters of deep red buds that open to purplish red, bell-shaped pendant flowers.
Foliage TypeRich green and yellow variegated foliage.
Soil RequirementWell-drained soil.
Watering RequirementWater regularly the first season to establish a deep, extensive root system.
PruningPrune in spring after blooming.
Unique CharactersticsRare Find Nursery: This new variegated pieris features glossy light green foliage trimmed in creamy white. Rosy red flowers borne in great profusion mature to a deep pink. Showy, pendulous flowers are 6" long and bloom for 2-3 weeks in late March and early April. Another variegated sport of Pieris 'Valley Valentine'. 'Ralto'