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A smaller, more compact shrub than its cousins, with unique upright clusters of white bell-shaped springtime flowers.
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It's often a head-scratcher as to what inspires growers when naming plants. At a stretch, Pieris 'Tiki' may have been named for its unusual upright stems of white flower clusters, kind of like a tiki torch, see? Regardless of the name, this unique evergreen pieris is a beauty, growing slowly but steadily to three to four feet tall and wide at maturity. Clean green foliage provides year-round greenery in container planters, hanging baskets, or in the ground. Flower buds start forming in the fall and may bloom as early as late winter into spring. Its tidy growth habit makes 'Tiki' a natural for informal hedges or mass plantings.
|Common Name||Lily of the Valley, Pieris 'Tiki'|
|Mature Size||3 - 4 feet tall and wide|
|Growth Rate||slow to moderate|
|Cold Hardiness||-5 ° F|
|Light||Sun to partial sun|
|Structure||Compact rounded shrub|
|Uses||Woodland gardens, container planters, borders, hanging baskets, mass plantings, hedges|
|Photos||Real images, not stock photos|