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5m (8 feet) when mature but, because of its low growing nature, this can take some years. Forest flame requires a sheltered, partially shaded spot in moist but well-drained, acidic soil. Pieris flaming silver this variety has pretty, variegated leaves with pink new growth. Pieris forest flame provides a burst of bright red new leaves in spring, which gradually mature to pink, cream and then green. It has been given the award of garden merit (agm) by the royal horticultural society. Pieris japonica forest flame is an upright, evergreen shrub with glossy dark green leaves, which are a striking red when young, turning pink, white and finally green in spring. Pieris forest flame has clusters of pendent white flowers in spring. One of the most stunning shrubs in the cool season landscape. Brilliant red, then creamy pink new foliage provides a beautiful backdrop for the profusion of blooms in spring. Awarded and rhs agm for its outstanding garden performance, pieris forest flame is a well loved variety, and often thought to be one of the best. Young spring leaves are bright red fading through coral pink and cream, before reaching their final shade of dark green. Pieris forest flame pieris japonica forest flame is well known for its foliage and flowers, and native to the mountain thickets of eastern china, taiwan, and japan. In spring, forest flame has vivid red young leaves that mature to green. Pieris forest flame is a compact evergreen shrub that produces brilliant flame red foliage that develops to a pink and cream colour before finally settling to present a vivid green display. Pretty bell-shaped creamy-white flowers bloom in large clusters from april through to may, where they can be planted within patio pots and containers or. These plants are much larger than our 2 litre plants, there is a photo above to show the size comparison with a 2l plant. Pieris is a hardy shrub that can survive very low winter temperatures. Occasionally, a late frost may burn new growth and flowers which affects the wonderful spring display. Mature trees require only occasional pruning to maintain their structure and appearance. Pieris japonica forest flame 10 litre glossy brilliant red young leaves gradually turn pink, creamy white, then dark green. In late spring, clusters of pretty, ivory, nodding bell-like flowers appear, resembling lily-of-the-valley. The fiery red young foliage of this upright evergreen shrub will add a splash of vivid colour to a shady shrub.