Pieris japonica ‘Valley Rose’ is a solid performer in the garden. This evergreen shrub has a compact form, which makes it an excellent foundation plant for smaller gardens but it’s the showy display of spring flowers that earns ‘Valley Rose’ a place in so many landscapes.
Airy clusters of pink flowers appear in March and April, flowers can be so profuse that they almost hide the foliage. After the spring show fades, bronzy new growth continues to add interest to the garden. As foliage matures it takes on a dark, glossy-green hue.
This Pieris grows to approx 120-140cm tall and spreads similar.