A deciduous shrub with an upright, layered habit of growth and smooth brown bark. Glossy green leaves turn coppery-red in fall. Colors are meant to be most vibrant when the plant receives more sun. Last year’s new growth stems are bright red during winter. ‘Lipstick’ has clusters of pendulous bell-shaped flowers in spring that are white flowers with a deep pink lipstick kiss at the tips.
Pronunciation: en-kee-AN-thus kam-pan-yoo-LAH-tus
Species Meaning: Bell-shaped
Enkianthus campanulatus is native to Japan.
In Our Garden
Plant ID: P21257
Found in Pots,
Probably will go into the upper woodland area.
We acquired this plant from Dancing Oaks.