- Deer Resistant!
- Hardy Compact Shrub
- Purple-Red Blooms Turn White
Japanese Andromeda ‘Brouwer’s Beauty’, Pieris x. ‘Brouwer’s Beauty’, starts off in the spring with a heavy crop of purplish-red buds that bloom into white flowers on a dense, compact shrub.
Brouwer’s Beauty is a great choice for an early blooming, hardy, deer resistant, evergreen shrub. Its deep green foliage compliments the brilliant red buds that become lovely white blossoms in early spring.
This Lily-of-the-Valley shrub has a slow growth and a refined habit, but makes an excellent choice for the urban landscape. A bit of extra care will ensure a healthy vibrant plant.
Add plenty of organic matter to the planting site and cover with a mulch of well-rotted compost. Poorly drained soils can result in root rot.
The faded flowers can be snapped off at the base of the truss if desired. Planting this amazing Brouwer’s Beauty shrub in full sun to bright shade will provide the best results.