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I should think it's willmottianum then chicky. Flowers for ages and popular with insects including the hummingbird hawkmoth. Very easy to grow.
For real hardiness you want C hederifolium or C. coum. Not as extreme in colour but will be with you for years
It's a ceratostigma, I think C. willmottianum
A pic of the shape of the shrub would conform (or not)
I wonder if this is an advert
I love the galls, My not very mature yet oaks have a good selection
Yes, it just picked them up off the ground and spewed the bits out of the other end.
Nothing to do with me losing them under a heap of prunings
I think more plants die of over watering than they do of under watering
I love a book Fishy.
Apart from anything else I go cross-eyed if I look at this little computer for too long.
I'll bump you up the forum but I know nothing of pieris, sorry
My shredder eats anything Heather. Including a pair of secateurs