Flower Focus :: Pieris Japonica

Pieris Forest Flame Japanese andromeda

Whenever I see Pieris Japonica (aka Andromeda) I think of my friend, Alex of Exquisite Events in Chicago. Alex LOVES Pieris Japonica! It’s easy to see why, Pieris just adds such an interesting texture, flow and color to flower arrangements.
I spoke with Debbie at Florabundance about availability and she said it is typically available March & April for a few weeks and again in the fall – August, September, October and November. It’s availability definitely fluctuates with the weather.

Here are a selection of lovely designs featuring Pieris Japonica..

purple, green and white bridal bouquet with dahlias and pieris japonica

Designed by A Day in Provence

white ranunculus and pieris japonica bridal bouquet

Designed by Bare Root Flora

Cascading plum & white bouquet of anemones, ranunculus and andromeda

Designed by Bash & Bloom

Designed by Alicia Schwede of Bella Fiori, bridal bouquet of tulips, daffodils and pieris japonica

Designed by Bella Fiori

purple and magenta flower arrangements with anemones and pieris japonica

Designed by Debra Prinzing

pink and ivory bridal bouquet with ranunculus and pieris japonica

Designed by Krista Jon

pale yellow and white spring bridal bouquet with pieris japonica and daffodils

Designed by Martha Stewart

blush pink garden roses and andromeda bridal bouquet

Designed by Mindy Rice

coral and grey bridal bouquet with amaryllis and pieris japonica

Designed by Oak & The Owl

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Comments

  1. Ah, the so called “Lily of the valley” shrub! Love it!
    Even the foliage is quite attractive to use as a cut (especially the variegated cultivars) and that’s available year around!

  2. Yes I LOOOOOOOOVE pieris japonica. One of those I wished they were around the entire year. These pictures are absolutely glorious Alicia.

  3. Each bouquet is prettier than the next!

  4. It’s always such a fun surprise to see something I created show up on Flirty Fleurs in such amazingly talented good company, Alicia! I wanted everyone to know that here in the Pacific Northwest, the local farmers will be harvesting white and pink flowering Pieris japonica in late January through possibly late March. Please visit the http://www.seattlewholesalegrowersmarket.com, our Northwest producers’ cooperative, for availability.

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