PIERIS japonica Mountain Fire -- new growth emerges red, white flowers in spring
The same is true of Pieris japonica ' Flaming Silver', a cultivar with boring variegated foliage, but which bursts forth with dramatic red new growth. Description from florawonder.blogspot.co.uk. I searched for this on bing.com/images
Deer resistant shade plant PIERIS JAPONICA 'VALLEY VALENTINE' DEER RESISTANT SHADE PLANT - LOW MAINTENANCE 6' - 7" tall and 4' - 5' wide blooms: early spring
Foliage colours of Pieris japonica 'Flaming Silver'...part sun, zone 4 and up...
Japanese Andromeda Pieris Japonica | Pieris, Japanese Pieris/Andromeda
Long trusses of sweetly scented white or pink flowers that appear in the late winter and early spring have earned Pieris its common name of lily-of-the-valley shrub. Thriving in shade or partial sun, Pieris is taller than it is wide, so it's easy to tuck into tight spots in your landscape. Mulch with pine needles. Prune Pieris immediately after flowering. Botanic Name: Pieris japonica Zones: 5-8 Light: Partial Shade, Shade