Pieris Japonica – Lily-Of-The-Valley
Pieris japonica is also considered as lily-of-the-valley shrub, which is mentioned as an excellent variety or well known plant ‘Pieris’ belong from Ericaceae as well. It is an evergreen Japanese native plant include icing pink flowers well grow in late winter and early spring as well. This plant is generally used in outstanding excellence for health and attractive look and surrounding as well. June and July are considering as the right time for this plant for flowering and growing.
Height: 3m and Spared in 2m area as well.
Uses: Massed together or mixed planting against the wall and under tree are suitable regions for this plant to make attractive and energetic surrounding. This is also using the wedding bouquets preparation for decoration.
Planting tips: Right location and soil selection are considering as the first and foremost requirement for the better and healthy growth of this plant at the time planting.
Soil type: Acidic, Moist and well drained and light soil suitable for this plant growth.
Aspect: Full sun, Shade and Partial shade as well.
Pruning: June and July months are suitable for pruning of this plant for better growth and flowering.
Water requirement: Water in regular basis and avoid dry out more essential for the smoother growth of this plant. Moisture require within it root area to keep it cool and refresh.
Feeding: Feeding before booming and flowering more essential for better production and outcome.
Pests and problems: Problems for this plant generally boost due to less or excess watering.
Climate: Most of the cooler area of Australia includes Perth, Sydney and south regions are considering as the suitable regions for this plant development.
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