What a special gem, this Pieris cut flower. For some
The name is derived from Piera, which was a place in Greece, and not just a place. According to Greek mythology Piera was the home of the Muses. The plant is an evergreen
In the flower industry we use the variety Pieris Japonica, this name means translated from Japan.
The symbolism of this flower is a happy one; it means happy thoughts and happiness through the ages.
Colors, Shapes and Availability
The season of Pieris starts in December until May, and then it starts again in October. Shortly in April, the flowering variety is available with white or pink flowers. Especially this variety, with the gorgeous virgin white flowers, are popular during weddings. Normally
Pieris is an undervalued flower and a forgotten gem! The flower fits perfect in a romantic bridal bouquet, combined with garden Roses, Anemones and Ranunculus. Or use it in other items, like a flower crown, a corsage or hair pieces. The green of the leaves is a nice welcome in a natural bouquet, with Pieris, Eryngium, Helleborus, Prunus and your favorite Tulip. Or go for a burgundy bouquet with Pieris, Hydrangea, Dahlia, Cymbidium, and Calla (Zantedeschia). Our favorite is Pieris Japonica in combination with different Daffodils (white and yellow) and Super Parrot Tulips. Pieris can be an interesting
Shop Care Tips
Pieris is quite strong in general, and general care tips apply. Check the flowers on damages, cut the flower and put them on water.