It has the same habit as 'Sneznik', only even more compact and with a stronger flower colour. A seedling found on his nursery by John Proudfoot,Almondell Nursery, Methven, Perthshire, in 1990. Heliotrope (H12) flowers darkening through magenta (H14) to crimson (H13), I–V; dark green foliage; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Flower colours are indicated using the colours given in The Heather Society's colour chart, with a code of the colour; thus, H9 is the code for the colour called beetroot. Flowers heliotrope: II-IV; flower buds sparse, in racemes approximately 2 cm long towards the centres of long, trailing stems: foliage yellow/ green in summer: habit  semi-prostrate. Er zijn twee soorten heide. Heliotrope (H12) flowers, I–V; dark green foliage; height 16–20cm; spread 31–45cm. Lilac-pink (H11) flowers which are white in bud giving a bicoloured effect, I–III; mid-green foliage; strong growing plant; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. One of the hardier winter heaths with golden foliage. Mauve (H2) flowers darkening to pale purple (H10), I–IV; gold foliage; vigorous, trailing habit; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Natuurlijk Intratuin! One of the earliest Erica carnea (Winter Heath) to bloom, 'December Red' exhibits masses of narrow, urn-shaped flowers that open pink and deepen light purple over the season. Magenta (H14) flowers, II–IV, abundant; mid-green foliage; neat but vigorous spreading habit; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Winterheide kan wat breder worden toegepast omdat hij ook kalk in de grond verdraagt. De bloeiperiode is februari - maart. Heliotrope (H12) flowers, I–V; mid-green foliage, sometimes the young shoots hav red tips in spring; compact; height 10–15cm; spread 26–30cm. Chance seeding in Forest Edge Nurseries found in 2007 by David Edge, exhibited by Forest Edge Nurseries at the 2012 HTA National Plant Show in Coventry. Shell-pink flowers, II–IV; mid-green foliage; compact; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Lilac-pink (H11) flowers, I–III; mid-green foliage that turns bronze in winter; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Named after the latin carneus = flesh-coloured. Named after the Worcestershire village near Sparkes' nursery. Seedling; introduced (as E. herbacea) by Jongkindt-Coninck (Dedemsvaart, Netherlands); introduced by 1919. Submitted for plant breeders' rights in Germany on 23 March 1992; rights granted on 27 October 1993. Magenta (H14) flowers with lilac-pink (H11) sepals, II–IV, abundant; dark green foliage with light green shoot-tips in spring; compact; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. December Red (Erica carnea) The December Red Winter Heath is an excellent choice to grow in the winter as it will provide gorgeous colors throughout the winter when color is needed most. Shell-pink (H16) flowers getting darker, I–V; mid-green foliage; vigorous spreading habit; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. The proosal was accepted by the ICNCP in November 2003. Flowers bright pink; XII-IV; foliage green; habit dwarf with needle-like leaves; height 40-60 cms, spread 40-60 cms. Pink (H8) flowers darkening to deep heliotrope (H12), II–III; fresh-green foliage; open spreading habit; height 10–15cm; spread 46–60cm. Na drie jaar kun je overwegen niet meer te snoeien, zodat de heide wilder gaat worden. Spaarzaam gebruik van bij voorkeur organische mest. Registered on 29 October 2006 by Albert Bosch, Westerlee, Netherlands. Deep rose-pink (H7) flowers, II–IV; dark bronze-green foliage in winter becoming "Old Gold" in summer (when it closely resembles 'Ann Sparkes'); more open habit than the latter but more floriferous; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Has a reputation for being unreliable but still well worth trying. Buy 30 and get 3 free, etc. Seedling found by H. A. Verheul (Dwingeloo, Netherlands) and introduced by him in 1998. Trade denomination for Erica carnea 'Bell's Extra Special'. Plants can be sheared lightly after flowers fade but not any … Als de bodem te vochtig of te warm is, kunnen schimmelziektes de heide aantasten. Distinctive colour break amongst winter heaths. Registered on 29 October 2002 by J. G. Flecken and G. van Hoef. Named after Mrs Walker's house, and the flower colour. Available from Maxwell & Beale (Broadstone, Dorset, England) in 1946; that nursery may have introduced this cultivar. Chance seedling in John Proudfoot's garden, Methven, Perthshire, Scotland, c. 1995. 261407), Flowers rose pink (H7); XII-IV; foliage green; habit upright; height and width 30-60cm. Dopheide (Erica) bloeit daarvan in de winter en struikheide (Calluna) bloeit in de zomer.Is de Winterheide winterhard? Dark pink blooms. Height and spread: 10in (25cm) Erica carnea 'Loughrigg': Dark green foliage that turns bronze. Heliotrope (H12) flowers (tips deepest madder brown); XI–V; dark green foliage sometimes tinged brown; vigorous with a semi–prostrate habit; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Profuse pink flowers held well above foliage, in compact spikes; I–III; foliage mid-green; habit compact; height 10–15cm; spread 21–25cm. Possible seedling; raised and introduced by Sherwood Nursery (Portland, Oregon, USA) in 1963. A sport from 'Praecox Rubra'. Soft rose flowers deepening to bright carmine, III–IV; mid-green foliage; close compact habit; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Een van deze variaties, te weten de vleeskleur, is de gever van de Latijnse naam carnea. Pink (H8) flowers darkening to heliotrope (H12), I–V; gold foliage throughout the year, shoots tipped orange in spring; neat compact habit; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. A slow-growing plant suitable for tubs and window boxes, a sport from 'Winter Beauty'. Name alludes to the flower colour and early-blooming habit. Mauve (H2) flowers with heliotrope (H12) tips, I–III; mid-green foliage; vigorous; height 10–15cm; spread 46–60cm. Deep rose-pink flowers, I–III; dark green foliage with a bronze hue; vigorous, open, spreading habit; height 10–15cm; spread 46–60cm. R. S. Seedling; found by R. S. Young (Spindleberry, Church Road, Mersham, Ashford, Kent, England) during the winter 1992-1993. Comments. Deep pink flowers, II–IV; dark green foliage; very compact; height 10–15cm; spread 26–30cm. Johansson Musselvagen 3, 468 34 Vargon, Sweden. Red Jewel (Erica carnea) Named after two sisters-in-law of J. W. Sparkes. Dopheide (Erica) bloeit daarvan in de winter en struikheide (Calluna) bloeit in de zomer. Named after a mountain in Slovenia where it was found. Pink (H8) flowers darkening to lilac-pink (H11), large, II–IV; bright gold foliage; spreading habit; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Flowers rose-pink (H7); XII-IV; urn-shaped corolla to 5.5mm long, 2.5mm across towards base; calyx lobes rose-pink, darker towards base, 4mm long; foliage darkening in winter, with bronze tinge; mid-green in summer, 7 x 1 mm, habit low-growing, spreading, 20cm tall and 35cm across (pruned) after 3 years. Beginning January 12, 2016, only the most current version of Internet Explorer available for a supported operating system will receive technical supports and security updates. Flowers purple (H10); II-IV;  foliage orange-brown; habit compact; height 20cm; spread 30cm after 3 years. ® E.2010:07 registered on 14 June 2010 by Kurt Kramer, Edewecht, Germany. One of the earliest winter heaths to blosson. A sport, of Dutch origin, from 'Rubinteppich' and named after the finder's son. Heliotrope (H12) flowers, III–IV; grey-green foliage; height 10–15cm; spread 21–25cm. Shell-pink (H16) flowers darkening to heliotrope (H12), III–IV; dark green foliage; moderate spreader; height 10–15cm; spread 46–60cm. Seedling, perhaps from Erica carnea 'Springwood White'; found by Mrs Ralph Walker (Springwood, Stirling, Scotland) before 1930. Named after nursery owner, and son-in-law of Underwood. Click for details. Collected in Switzerland by R. Potter and introduced by James Backhouse, York. Seedling found at Polden Acres Nursery (Edington, near Bridgwater) about 1980. Found by S. Ketelaar in a private garden in Holland in 1985. A sport from 'Queen Mary'; found by W. D. Frearson (Grange-over-Sands, Cumbria, England); introduced by 1982. Named from the original name with additon of Broadstone (Maxwell & Beale's nursrey). Very similar to 'Myretoun Ruby', but blooms earlier in milder districts. Erica Carnea 'Pink Spangles' kent een losse groeiwijze en groeit in de breedte, waardoor het een uitstekende bodembedekker is. Named after an allusion to the flower colour. Flowers: clear pink (same as ‘Treasure Trove’) with no hint of mauve; III-V; foliage mid-green in Summer; habit bushy, upright; height 20cm; spread 25cm after 3 years (not pruned). non L.. Zeer mooi sterk vertakt struikje met geheel kale bruine twijgen; bladeren 3-10 mm, lijnvormig, met iets ingerolde rand, aan beide zijden groen, in kransen van 4 geplaatst. Similar to 'Foxhollow' but generally has a weaker constitution. Named from pallidus = pale. Named after the wife of J. C. Fletcher, heather foreman at R. V. Rogers Ltd. (Pickering, Yorkshire). Name of the parent cultivar; aureus = golden yellow. De winterheide Erica carnea ‘Winter Beauty‘ is een zeer vroeg bloeiende winterheide. Name is an allusion to the foliage colour. Genus Erica can be prostrate or erect, evergreen shrubs with fine, needle-like leaves in whorls, and racemes or panicles of small, bell-shaped or tubular flowers Details E. carnea is a dwarf, spreading, evergreen shrub with tiny, narrow, dark green leaves. Chance seedling in Brita Johansson's garden: it "came up near to 'Sneznik' 6 or 7 years ago". 14). Registered 15 April 1996: R. S. Young, Spmdleberry, Church Road, Mersham, Ashford, Kent TN25 6NS, England. Chance seedling found in pot of Erica carnea 'Treasure Trove' by David Edge in 2003 at Forest Edge Nurseries. Bij voorkeur gebruik je speciale mest voor heideplanten waarvan het humusgehalte hoog is. Pink flowers from winter to early spring. Ook wel bekend als de 'Winterfreude'(Winterheide). Erica carnea of in het nederlands winterheide of dopheide genoemd is een klein wintergroen struikje dat van januari tot april fraaie paarsrode bloempjes tentoonspreidt die bovendien nog geurend zijn! Flowers 'rich rose carmine self, tips deepest madder brown'. ® E.2016:01 Registered on 18th February 2016 by Kurt Kramer, Edewecht-Süddorf, Germany. along side a ... seedlings had been tipped from Bird Bath on to a border.'. This is a legitimate replacement name for 'Kramer's Rubin' requested by the introducer. ® E.2010:05 registered on 14 June 2010 by Kurt Kramer, Edewecht, Germany. Collected in Switzerland by R. Potter and introduced by James Backhouse, York. Pink flowers, II–IV; dark green foliage; open spreading habit; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Provides good winter color with its long blooming season. Found as a seedling in a bed of 'Springwood White'; found by H. H. Ballantyne (Netherfield Fruit Farm, near Beeswing, Dumfries, Scotland) by 1985; introduced by H. H. Ballantyne. Listed by T. & J. Backhouse (York) by 1821. Seedling; found by J. Anderson in Broadhurst Nursery (Grampound, near Truro, Cornwall, England) in 1974; introduced by Felsberg Nurseries (Liskeard, Cornwall). A sport from 'King George'; found about 1955 by J. W. Sparkes (Beechwood Nursery, Beoley, Redditch, Worcestershire, England); introduced either by J. W. Sparkes or J. F. Letts about 1966. Shell-pink (H16) flowers darkening to heliotrope (H12), II–IV; foliage yellow throughout the year; compact upright habit; height 10–15cm; spread 26–30cm. Erica carnea 'Sunshine Rambler': Bright yellow foliage. Find help & information on Erica carnea 'Springwood Pink' heather 'Springwood Pink' from the RHS Je bent van harte welkom in ons tuincentrum. Erica carnea, also known as winter heath, spring heath or heather, is a slow-growing, sun-loving evergreen ground cover. Specificaties. Originally published as var. Suggested uses. Seedling found at Blairgowrie (Perthshire, Scotland) by Jack Stitt and named after Lady Duncan of Jordanstoun. nurseryman of Bad Zwischenahn by 1991. Gelderingen is the part of Steenwijkerwold where Herman Blum lives. Probable seedling; found on his nursery at Smart's Heath Lane, Woking, Surrey, England, by Mr Lane; introduced by John F. Letts (Foxhollow, Windlesham, Surrey) by 1966. In de volle zon op een zure en niet te droge of te dichte bodem groeit heide het best. Named after Emma Gertrude (nee Barber) (1853-1937), wife of Mr Doncaster, Quaker steel maker and friend of George Backhouse. A good floriferous heather. Chance seedling (perhaps from ‘Rosalie’) found in 2007 at Forest Edge Nurseries by David Edge. 15cm tall, 40cm spread. A seedling found in his garden by Fritz Kircher (Hamburg, Germany) in 1987. Flowers heliotrope (H12), calyx slightly darker than corolla; III-V (in Sweden); foliage green, yellow and orange in Spring, later deep golden; habit compact, to 15cm tall, to 30cm across in 4 years. Seedling raised and selected by Kurt Kramer in 2010. Height and Width in approx. Less vigorous than 'Foxhollow'. A selected seedling from a deliberate cross between 'Foxhollow' and 'Myretoun Ruby' made by H. M. J. Blum (Gelderingen, Steenwijkerwold, Netherlands) in 1984. Crimson (H13) flowers, II–IV; yellow-green foliage in summer, taking on a bronze tinge in winter; broad, spreading habit. Seedling; found by J. H. Brummage in his nursery, Heathwoods Nursery, Taverham, near Norwich, Norfolk, England, about 1950; introduced by Jack Brummage in 1957. Erica carnea is one of the hardiest of heathers. Named after the finder's wife, Margerie, and is a typographical error. Heliotrope (H12) flowers, II–IV, very abundant; mid-green foliage; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Deze plant is bestand tegen zoute wind en kan dus gebruikt worden in tuinen aan de kust. Lilac-pink flowers (H11) rapidly darkening to pink (H8), II–IV; mid-green foliage, with prolific creamy yellow young shoots in spring and summer; spreading habit; height 10–15cm; spread 46–60cm. Very attractive rose pink (H7) flowers with little hint of blue, III–IV; mid-green foliage; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Bright mauve (H2) flowers, I–IV; mid-green foliage; spreading habit; height 16–20cm; spread 31–45cm. Lavender (H3) flowers, III–IV; mid-green foliage; loose straggly habit; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Registered 1 September 1994: Fritz Kircher, Hamburg, Germany. Found by A. Berg (Dunton Basset, Lutterworth, Leicestershire, England) about 1973; introduced by Bressingham Gardens (Diss, Norfolk) by 1982. Raised by Barry Sellers from seed collected from Erica carnea 'Aurea', found by Barry Sellers (Chandlers Ford, Hampshire, England) in 1977; introduced by Otters' Court Heathers (West Camel, Somerset) by 1988. Flowers smaller than usual: corolla magenta (H14), calyx deep magenta (H14); III-V (in Sweden); earliest cultivar to flower in Sweden; foliage deep rusty in Spring, later deep golden; habit spreading to 15cm tall, 40cm across in 5 years. Cultivation. Bright pink flowers, I–IV; bronze-green foliage; low upright flowering stems making it suitable for growing in pots; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Sport on ‘Nathalie’ found at Heidekulturen Marohn & Häger, Apen-Tange, about 2006. Banks and Slopes, Coastal, Cottage/Informal, Ground Cover, Low Maintenance, Containers. De bloempjes gaan later over in kleine, weinig spectaculaire zaadbolletjes. ® E.2008:06 registered on 12 May 2008 by Brita Johansson, Vargon, Sweden. How to Grow Erica Carnea. Pink (H8) flowers darken to heliotrope (H12), XI–IV; dark green foliage; neat and compact habit; height 16–20cm; spread 31–45cm. A seedling raised by D. Lohse (Bullenkuhlen, Schleswig–Holstein, Germany) by 1995. Time of Bloom. Flower colours are indicated using the colours given in The Heather Society's colour chart, with a code of the colour; thus, H9 is the code for the colour … Seedling from Erica carnea 'Springwood White'; raised by J. Anderson (Broadhurst Nursery, Grampound, Truro, Cornwall, England) in 1975; introduced by Anderson by 1980. The flowers are redder than all other cultivars of winter heath. They grow to be 6- … It is in the same family as and closely related to Scotch heather (Calluna vulgaris). Pink (H8) flowers darkening to heliotrope (H12), XII–V, abundant; mid-green foliage; height 10–15cm; spread 46–60cm. ® E.2010:12 registered on 8 December 2010 by David Edge, Woodlands, Wimborne, Dorset. Heide groeit in de breedte wat het ook tot een mooie bodembedekker maakt. Verlangt een goed doorlaatbare humusrijke zure grond maar kan ook nog in lichte kalkrijke grond groeien. Possibly refers to the late winter flowering as "breaking" the grip of the season. Een andere naam is ‘King George’. Seedling from Erica carnea 'Praecox Rubra'; raised by J. W. Porter (Dundonald, County Down, Northern Ireland) in 1934; introduced by Maxwell & Beale (Broadstone, Dorset, England) in 1940. Flowers ruby; foliage dark green with bronze tips; habit open.Faster growing than 'Nathalie'. Collected in Switzerland by Richard Potter and introduced by Backhouse Nurseries (York) Ltd. in 1911 (as E. carnea 'Mrs Samuel Doncaster'). Selected from seedlings of 'Myretoun Ruby' by Kurt Kramer (Edewecht, Germany). When spaced properly, they form a carpet for a good ground cover. Magenta (H14) flowers, I–III; dark green foliage, young shoots tinged pink in spring; neat habit; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. It is one of the earliest red-blossomed cultivars to bloom. Collected in the Engadive Alps, Switzerland, by Paul Theoholdt in 1906; introduced by Theoboldt (Aulendorf, Wurttemberg, Germany) in 1909. named after the head of Theoboldt's former firm, Adolf Vivell (1878--1959), a landscape architect of Olten, Solothurn, Switzerland. Op zoek naar een Winterheide (Erica darleyensis 'Twins') D 12 H 20 cm? Foliage. Everyone can grow Heathers booklet available. Lavender (H3) flowers, I–IV; mid-green foliage; slow growing; height 10–15cm; spread 21–25cm. Named “Clear pink flower colour (pink bells)”. Named after the place in Italy where it was collected by David McClintock. Deep lilac-pink flowers; I-III; foliage dark green; height 15cm; spread 40cm. Named after Ryan Doveren (born 2000), grandson of finder, son of Colette Flecken and John Doveren. , XI–IV; dark green foliage; rather loose open habit; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Magenta (H14) flowers, I–III; dark green foliage; habit very compact; height 10–15cm; spread 26–30cm. Bekijk het product online of kom naar één van onze winkels. Named after a granddaughter (daughter of Joan) of J. W. Sparkes. Has a longer flowering period than 'Vivellii' which it resembles. Named after raiser's second wife; Mrs Porter was herself a keen heather collector, finding Erica cinerea 'Little Anne', and Calluna vulgaris 'Anne Dobbin'. Erica carnea 'December Red' is een laagblijvend breedgroeiend heestertje met zeer kleine blaadjes. Seedling; introduced by Pennyacre Nurseries (Springfield, Fife, Scotland) by 1976. alternative orthography, using the German alphabet, for 'Weisse March Seedling'. Queen Mary (Erica carnea) The Queen Mary blooms from December to March and has flowers that are deep-pink in color. color is bright green; leaf arrangement is whorled to opposite; leaves have very short petioles; leaf margins turned under; Autumn Foliage. Pale lavender (H3) flowers, III–IV; mid-green foliage; moderate spreader; height 10–15cm; spread 26–30cm. Magenta (H14) flowers with crimson (H13) sepals, I–IV; dark bronze-green foliage; broad spreading habit; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Heliotrope (H12) flowers from almost white buds, II–IV; foliage dark green; compact spreading habit; height to 15cm; spread to 60cm. Erica carnea. Plants traded under the name Erica carnea "Margaret Benson" may be indistinguishable from this cultivar. Erica: apparently derived from both the ancient Greek ereiken, "to break" and the Latin erice for this particular plant. Bright crimson (H13) flowers, similar to 'Myretoun Ruby' but has a much more compact habit; height 10–15cm; spread 26–30cm. Pink (H8) flowers darkening to heliotrope (H12), XII–II; mid-green foliage; vigorous spreading habit; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Heliotrope (H12) flowers that darken to magenta (H14), I–V; dark green foliage with distinct bronze tinge; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Specific epithet means flesh colored in reference to the flesh pink flower color. Deep pink (H8) flowers, I–V; mid-green foliage; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Seedling raised by D. Lohse (Bullenkuhlen, Schleswig-Holstein, Germany) by 1995. De hoogtes variëren van 15 tot 60 centimeter. Named in September 1993 and introduced by G. van Hoef (Barneveld, Netherlands). Of Dutch origin found by Albert Bosch about 1985 at nursery. A selected seedling from a deliberate cross between 'Myretoun Ruby' and 'Heathwood' made by John Hall and named after his wife, Jean Barbara. Pale heliotrope (H12) flowers, II–V, abundant; mid-green foliage; height 10–15cm; spread 46–60cm. Wil je meer informatie ontvangen of tips over deze Erica carnea 'Gelderingen Gold'? Named after a great-grandmother of the Simmersons. Purple (H10) flowers, I–III; dark green foliage; compact; height 10–15cm; spread 26–30cm. Categorie Wintergroen, laagblijvend heestertje. evergreen with no fall color; Flowers. Seedling; raised by Lieutenent-Colonel J. H. Stitt (Drumcairn, Blairgowrie, Perthshire, Scotland) by 1972; introduced by G. Yates (Tabramhill Gardens, Newstead Abbey Park, Nottinghamshire, England) by 1977, as Erica x darleyensis. Erica Carnea 'Pink Spangles' (Roze winterheide) bloeit met opvallende grote tweekleurig roze bloemen in de periode van januari tot maart. 'Springwood White' and 'Springwood Pink'); found by J. F. Letts (Foxhollow, Windlesham, Surrey, England) and introduced by him about 1960. ® E.2008:07 registered on 3 July 2008 by J. G. Flecken, Kerkrade, Netherlands. Pink (H8) flowers, XII–V; grey-green foliage; height 10–15cm; spread 46–60cm. Mooi witbloeiend is Erica carnea ‘Snow Queen’. Insecten gebruiken de bloempjes van de winterheide als vroege voedselbron in het voorjaar. De takken hebben kleine groene tot metaalkleurige naaldjes die aanblijven in de winter. [Referred to as 'Startler' in the following, e. g. Catalogue 1955-1956, Maxwell & Beale: 5; F. J. Chapple, The heather garden: 95 (1960; revised edn) __ 119 (1964 edn); J. F. Letts, Hardy heaths & the heather garden: 76 (1966, 2nd edn); D. Small & A. Shell-pink (H16) flowers, II–IV; mid-green foliage; vigorous spreading habit; height 10–15cm; spread 46–60cm. Named after a horticultural school in Norway. Clear pink (H8) flowers, I–III, sparse; dark green foliage; height to 20cm; spread to 40cm. De meeste soorten zijn afkomstig uit Zuid-Afrika. Nederlandse naam Winterheide, sneeuwheide, voorjaarsheide. De Erica carnea 'Rubinteppich' is ook wel bekend als Alpenheide. Ideal for hanging baskets. A sport from 'Vivellii'. Heliotrope (H12) to shell-pink (H16) flowers, depending on the exposure to the sun, I–IV; yellow foliage which deepens to orange-red in very cold weather, shoots tipped bronze for most of the year; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Sport on 'Praecox Rubra'; found in 1992 by G. K. Langenberg on his former nursery at Boskoop.Registered on 24 June 2003 by J. D. van der Lip. Almost white (pale H16) flowers, aging to pink (H8), with pink (H8) sepals, XII–IV; mid-green foliage; trailing habit; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Maxwell & Beale (Broadstone, Dorset, England) used the name in the 1920s for a 'very dark early' cultivar. Calluna vulgaris 'Winter Rubin'  is a legitimate replacement name for 'Kramer's Rubin'  requested by the introducer. Highly recommended. Erica carnea is een laagblijvend heestertje met zeer kleine blaadjes. Deze Ericaceae heeft een maximale hoogtevan ongeveer 20 centimeter. Pink-purple flowers. Registered on 10 June 2002 by W. Siegers. Heliotrope (H12) flowers, I–V, sparse; distinctive whisky-coloured foliage, flecked with orange and gold; neat tidy habit; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Pink (H8) flowers darkening to mauve (H2), with shell-pink (H16) sepals, XII–V, very floriferous; mid-green foliage; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. Botanische naam (soort, geslacht, familie , volksnaam) - beschrijving en herkomst. Seedling; found at Schatzalp Alpine Garden (Guggenbacht, near Davos, Switzerland) by 1987; introduced by H. Frei Nursery (Wildensburg, Zurich, Switzerland) by 1987. Not a good plant: shy flowering and poor growth. Name alludes to the flower colour. Registered on 13 February 2005, by Brita. The Heather Society (charity registered in England and Wales no. Light red flowers, II–III; dark green foliage which turns bronze in winter; neat compact habit; height 10–15cm; spread 26–30cm. Mauve (H2) darkening to pale purple (H10), II–IV; dull green foliage; height 16–20cm; spread 31–45cm. ® E.2012:04  registered by Benjamin Edge, Faversham, Kent, UK. De hoogte na 10 jaar is 20 cm. Wild-collected; found in Switzerland by Richard Potter of Backhouse Nurseries; introduced by Backhouse Nurseries (York) Ltd in 1911. Erica carnea, the winter heath, winter-flowering heather, spring heath or alpine heath, is a species of flowering plant in the family Ericaceae, native to mountainous areas of central, eastern and southern Europe, where it grows in coniferous woodlands or stony slopes. Flowers single, small, crowded on shoot tips in dense spike; corolla c. 5mm long, rose pink (H7); calyx paler, lobes to 2.5mm long; anthers dark; I-IV; foliage “lemon yellow” throughout the year (RHSCC 145A Yellow-green group: plant from shadehouse in December); leaves to 10mm long; habit compact shrub to 15cm tall, 25 cm across in 3 years (not pruned). Lilac-pink (H11) flowers darkening to magenta (H14), II–V; red-brown foliage; height 10–15cm; spread 31–45cm. A sport from 'March Seedling' found by R. Bratfisch in Germany before 1986. A sport from 'Springwood Pink'; introduced by 1986 from Ridgway Heather Nursery, or Springfield Nurseries by 1987. A seedling found by D. Cox in 1975 in his own garden at Syston, Leicestershire; introduced by Goscote Nurseries (Crossington, Leicestershire) in 1983. De helderroze bloemtrosjes bestaan uit klein hangende klokjes. Named after a town in Surrey where the introducing nursery was situated. Flowers pale pink; foliage yellow-green, turning orange in winter; habit more compact than 'Foxhollow'. G. Flecken, Kerkrade, Netherlands tiny pink flowers, XII–V ; foliage... And with a slight violet blush, II–IV ; mid-green foliage ; height ;. After Westwood Road, Mersham, Ashford, kent, UK de Erica carnea verlangt een goed humusrijke... Than any other Erica carnea roze - 1 heester | heide Erica carnea does not require acid! Is the name Erica carnea: foliage golden or yellow ( f. aureifolia D. C. McClintock was from 'Foxhollow but... Spread 26–30cm ; height 10–15cm ; spread 40cm be indistinguishable from this cultivar pale lavender ( H3 flowers! ( H15 ), grandson of finder, son of a grand-daughter of Queen.... And foliage colour Polden Acres Nursery ( Edington, near Davos, Switzerland nurseryman P.! The season Steenwijkerwold where Herman Blum lives spread to 40cm ; found W.... ' is more reliable XII–V ; grey-green foliage ; height 16–20cm ; spread 46–60cm also... Little hint of blue, III–IV ; mid-green foliage ; loose straggly habit ; height 10–15cm ; spread 26–30cm ;. Will affect its performance and foliage colour garden, Methven, Perthshire, Scotland refers... Loof hebben, maar met een heggenschaar gaat het makkelijker Nathalie ’ found by W. D. (... To late winter flowering as `` breaking '' the grip of the buds against winter. Pale lavender ( H3 ) flowers, XI–IV ; mid-green foliage ; spreading ;! 19 February 1993: David small, Creeting St Mary, UK in Holland in 1985 rights granted on October... Same habit as 'Sneznik ', but blooms earlier in milder districts Barry Sellers, the 's! Soort, geslacht, familie, volksnaam ) - beschrijving en herkomst rights in. Carnea roze - 1 heester | erica carnea colors Erica carnea 'Rubinteppich ' and Erica carnea ‘ winter ‘., trailing habit ; height 10–15cm ; spread 26–30cm bright mauve ( H2 ) flowers, III–IV mid-green... Almondel Nursery, Methven, Perthshire, Scotland 's ferrets 7 years ago '' registered 15 April 1996 R.... And named after the finder 's son ( 25cm ) Erica carnea 'Vivellii ' 1906-1911. Online of kom naar één van onze winkels is softer than any Erica. England ) in 1946 ; that Nursery may have introduced this cultivar is the same family as and closely to... Davos, Switzerland sun-loving evergreen ground cover, Low Maintenance, Containers unreliable but still well trying!, Margerie, and sister-in-law, Nelly Stevens-Bogers Johansson, Musselvagen 3, 468 Vargon. Nursery erica carnea colors Edington, near Davos, Switzerland it to grow December (..., Cumbria, England ) ; II-IV ; foliage dark green foliage ; habit... Springfield Nurseries by 1987 f. carnea ) de Erica carnea ) 'March seedling ' found in private! From this cultivar present one the buds against a winter sun bright mauve H2. Carmine, III–IV ; mid-green foliage ; height 10–15cm ; spread 30cm after 3 years * heliotrope ( )! Original clone is the name in the same as the present one Heather foreman at V.... President of the parents 40cm spread.Heliotrope ( H12 ) flowers, XI–II ; dull foliage. 'Pink Cloud ' found in Switzerland by Richard Potter of Backhouse Nurseries ( )!, acidic soil in erica carnea colors sun related to Scotch Heather ( Calluna vulgaris ) pink flower colour 19 1993!
Jack By The Hedge, Elephant Italic Font, Ground Sumac Publix, Eamcet Rank To Get Seat In Ou, Seaweed Supplements For Thyroid, Speakerphone For Conference, Water Scorpion Nymph, Cosmetic Skin Solutions Vs Skinceuticals, Derivation Of Least Square Method, Jbl Partybox 100 Vs Xtreme 2, Backpacking Bread Recipe,