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Temple Bells

Pieris japonica


this is some kind of nonnative shrub currently in bloom in my garden it provides cover and structural diversity to my rewilding ecosystem. Very few things grow well on our elevated dry spot here but this seems to be thriving along with the native dogwood, hemlock, suger males, tuliptrees and mamny other native species. It seems to ADDD to the biodiversity not subtrate.

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Temple Bells
Pieris japonica Pieris japonica - Wikipedia

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Ingrid3 a week ago

THANK YOU! you can see why thet belong in the Ericaceae!!! blueberry flowers!!!

SukanyaDatta a week ago

So pretty...and now, it has a name!

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Stamford, Connecticut, United States

Spotted on Apr 3, 2021
Submitted on Apr 3, 2021

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