Japanese andromeda (scientific name:Pieris japonica subsp. japonica) is a hardy Evergreen shrub native to Japan Ericaceae. From winter to spring extends from the scape racemes white urn-shaped flowers give numerous Tufts. Japanese name "Ashibi" and also read as well as the famous song magazine published during the Meiji era. Leaf quality is hard, glossy and leaf color is dark green, oval-shaped, bundles on a branch only. Flower pot style similar to Lily of the Valley and enkianthus in Tip 5 lobed and drooping, and blooms. Depending on the symptoms and grass-eating animals, such as horses and deer eat flowers name poison, drunk. Bearing fruit is begining to fall. Uses alcove used wood garden and bonsai trees.
Generic name: Japanese andromeda,scientific name:Pieris japonica subsp. japonica, aka: Andromeda, Pieris, origin: Japan, China, living type: deciduous shrubs, height: 200-500 cm, bark: gray, Brown, leaf blade: 5 cm, leaf margin: shallow serrations of the flower: white (is pink dawn horticultural varieties of Andromeda), long:0.7~1cm flowers, flowering period: February-may, fruiting period: September-October, Fruit diameter:0.5~0.6cm