This is Scarlett O'Hara Pieris, which has clusters of tiny white flowers. Well, the only way for me to remember the name was to take a picture of the tag. Otherwise, I would forget by the time I uploaded the pictures.
This plant prefers morning sunlight only, according to the tag. It is best for this Scarlett O'Hara to receive partial shade and partial sun, but it's mostly a shade-loving evergreen shrub.
The foliage can be from dark green to bronze, to burgundy in colors when the leaves are still young . The Scarlett O'Hara is related to rhododendrons and azaleas. It requires moist, acidic, and well-drained soil.
The flowers bloom from late winter to early spring. The flowers of this Scarlett O'Hara was white, but there are colors as well, such as pink and lavender!
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