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Flowers.
Photo from Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Garden at Wisley, England on 8 January 2015 by Chris Garnons-Williams

See Photo from Heaths & Heathers Nursery

Plant Name

Erica x darleyensis 'White Glow' - H0

(Erica x darleyensis 'White Gown',
Erica carnea 'White Glow')

"Erica x darleyensis includes many hybrids of Erica carnea and  Erica erigena and is one of the easiest of all heathers to grow.  It is suitable for almost any soil, needs very little pruning and is useful for smothering weeds.  E. x darleyensis are the ironclads of the heaths.  These plants are generally more bushy and are quite a bit taller than the carpeting  Erica carnea, so keep this in mind when ordering.  Some people want flat carpeters, and others want the bushier taller type.  Most varieties have pink or cream tips of new growth in spring and bronze foliage in the winter.  Buds form in late summer or very early fall, and some cultivars begin blooming as early as late September, often lasting until May.  The flowers open pale and deepen as the season progresses.  Prune when young when finished blooming in May to create a bushier plant.  Zones 5 (-20 degrees) and warmer." from Heaths & Heathers Nursery

Common Name

Darley Dale heath. Its name darleyensis refers to Darley Dale, a place in Derbyshire, England, where Winter Heath was first grown at the end of the Victorian era in the James Smith Nursery where the first hybrid seedlings appeared.

Soil

Well-drained Acidic Sand.

Sun Aspect

Full Sun and Part Shade

Soil Moisture

Moist

Plant Type

Evergreen Shrub

Height x Spread in inches (cms) (1 inch = 2.5 cms, 12" = 1 foot = 30 cms)

10 x 20 (25 x 50)

Spring Foliage

Mid Green

Summer Foliage

Mid Green

Autumn Foliage

Mid Green

Winter Foliage

Mid Green

Flower Colour in Month(s).

White - H0 in December-May.
 

Comment

"Excellent cultivar of compact habit with mid-green foliage and abundant white flowers from December to May. Well drained, preferably acid, soil in an open sunny situation. Quite lime tolerant and will grow in light shade." from Deeproot Plant Base .

"White flowers, December-May, with mid green foliage.  Outstanding.   Found as a garden  seedling and mistakenly introduced as Erica. Habit 10" tall x 20" wide." from Heaths & Heathers Nursery.

Planting and maintenance details.

The Heather Society provides data for choosing and growing heather together with heather garden design details.

Heathers, Conifers and the Winter Garden by Frank Knight, John Bond, Lyn Randall and Robert Pearson ISBN 0 304 32073 0 shows how to use these plants to create an attractive garden on acid soil, with full descriptive lists of heathers and planting ideas.

 

Available from
Shoot in England with
Heaths & Heathers Nursery in America and
Heather's Heide in Holland.

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Flowers.
Photo from Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Garden at Wisley, England on 27 February 2015 by Chris Garnons-Williams.

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Flower Stalk.
Photo from Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Garden at Wisley, England on 27 February 2015 by Chris Garnons-Williams.

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Spring Foliage with Juvenile Flower Buds.
Photo from Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Garden at Wisley, England on 12 April 2015 by Chris Garnons-Williams.

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Summer Foliage.
Photo from Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Garden at Wisley, England in January 2015 by Chris Garnons-Williams.

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Autumn Foliage.
Photo from Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Garden at Wisley, England in October 2014 by Chris Garnons-Williams.

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Winter Foliage with Flower Bud.
Photo from Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Garden at Wisley, England on 27 February 2015 by Chris Garnons-Williams.

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Flower Bud.
Photo from Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Garden at Wisley, England in January 2015 by Chris Garnons-Williams.

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Flower Bud Stalk.
Photo from Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Garden at Wisley, England in January 2015 by Chris Garnons-Williams.

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Seedhead.
Photo from Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Garden at Wisley, England in January 2015 by Chris Garnons-Williams.

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Plant Label.
Photo from Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Garden at Wisley, England on 8 January 2015 by Chris Garnons-Williams.

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Spring Form with Flowers.
Photo from Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Garden at Wisley, England on 12 April 2015 by Chris Garnons-Williams.

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Summer Form.
Photo from Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Garden at Wisley, England on January 2015 by Chris Garnons-Williams.

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Autumn Form.
Photo from Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Garden at Wisley, England on 25 October 2014 by Chris Garnons-Williams.

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Winter Form with Flowers.
Photo from Royal Horticultural Society (RHS) Garden at Wisley, England on 27 February 2015 by Chris Garnons-Williams.

 

If the links above fail or you cannot find this heather in those nurseries, the following suppliers may be of use (current in March 2015):-
 

  • Belgium
    Boomkwekerij De Bock LV Retail Sales
    Boomkwekerij De Bruyn bvba Mail Order and Retail Sales
     
  • Canada
    The Heather Farm Mail order within Canada. Display Garden. No on-site retail sales.They have one of the largest collections of both miniature roses and heathers in Canada.
    Mason House Gardens Display garden and retail sales.Our interest is in xeriscaping (water efficient gardening).
    Pepiniere Villeneuve Mail order within Canada. Display garden and retail sales.
    Bunchberry Nurseries Display garden and Retail sales
     
  • France
    Pepinieres Dauget Retail sales. Les Pépinières DAUGUET cultivent plus de 3000 variétés d'Arbres, arbustes, conifères, bambous, rosiers. Vous trouverez sur nos 85 hectares de cultures des sujets de grande dimension pour donner aux jardins de l'ancienneté, des sujets taillés pour les jardins architecturés ainsi que de nombreux autres végétaux de toutes tailles, formes et couleurs pour agrémenter parcs et jardins.
     
  • Germany
    Baumschule H. Hachmann Mail order, display garden and retail sales.
    Heidbohl-Baumschule Jurgen Krebs Mail order and retail sales.
    Husmann Heide-Jungpflanzen Mail Order of rooted cuttings for 100 heather cultivars.
     
  • Netherlands
    Heather's Heide Mail order and retail sales.
    Planten Tuin Esveld Mail order and retail sales. We can ship in principle to any address in any country.
     
  • Switzerland
    Haunstein AG Baumschulen & Garten-Center Mail order, display garden and retail sales
     
  • United Kingdom
    Galloway Heathers Mail order for 140 heather varieties and garden centre (retail sales).
    Goscote Nurseries Ltd Nursery Gardens and Retail sales. Our Tea Garden Café is run by Norths of Rothley, serving their delicious cakes and sandwiches for you to enjoy within the Nursery’s gardens.
    Highland Heathers Display garden and retail sales of 100 different heather varieties. Browse through the Heather Garden and walk around the working nursery.
    Hillway Nursery Retail sales.
    Holden Clough Nursery Mail order and retail sales.
    Join John for informative and informal courses which include:1 Hour Talk, 2 Course Meal and Full nursery tour.
    The new tea room is open 7 days a week serving home cooked traditional food using locally sourced ingredients.
    Jackson's Nurseries (UK) Ltd Mail order to United Kingdom only. Retail sales.
    Jacksons Nurseries specialise in Amenity Landscape Design, Construction and Maintenance, specialising in the resolution of soft landscape problems whether technical or simply by providing engineered cost solutions.
    Tea Room serves quality homemade dishes 7 days a week.
    John Hall Plants We have access to over 1,000 varieties, so will be able to meet your requirements. We can draw up your plans for you, just let us know the dimensions of the plot, soil type and any requirements, and leave the rest to us. Plants can be collected from the Nursery (by appointment), or sent by post, courier etc. at cost. Large orders will be delivered using our own transport. Contact nursery for stocklist by email or Tel: 01428 715505.
    Spring Park Nursery Mail Order. Retail sales by appointment only. We also have sole UK access to over 1000+ cultivars which are imported from Holland.
    Triscombe Nurseries Mail order to United Kingdom mainland only. Retail sales.
    Ashwood Nurseries Mail order. ‘John’s Garden’ at Ashwood Nurseries is a wonderful three acre private garden created by nursery owner John Massey VMH. This is a private garden which is open on selected dates from 10am-4pm throughout the year.
     
  • United States of America
    Dayton Nurseries Inc. Mail order, display garden and retail sales.
    Heaths and Heathers Mail order. Display garden and retail sales. We have more varieties available than anyone in the United States and one of the largest collections in the world. Our display garden has over 2,000 plants in the ground.
    Highland Heather Mail order, Retail sales by appointment only.
    Quackin'Grass Nursery Display garden and on-site sales. Closes for winter.
    Sylvan Nursery Mail order and retail sales. For the past five years the primary soil mix used in the containers has been superhumus, which is a by-product produced by the lumber industry as part of their conservation program.  Use of superhumus improved the water holding capacity of our container stock while maintaining excellent drainage.
     

 

The following Companion plant sections on

  • Trees
  • Shrubs and Vines
  • Grasses and Grasslike Plants
  • Herbaceous Perennials
  • Spring-flowering "Bulbous" Plants
  • Heathers in the Mixed Border
  • Annuals
  • Heathers as Companions or Foils for Other Plants
  • Winning combinations

are written in
Gardening with Hardy Heathers by David Small and Ella May T. Wulff (ISBN-13:978-0-88192-782-5).

 

Written by a senior citizen.

 

It's difficult to disagree with the 72-year-old man who wrote this letter.   He has had no reply.

 

 

To: David Cameron (Prime Minister) & Ed Miliband (Leader of the Opposition)

You BOTH Worry me! (in fact, both of your Political parties worry me!!)

Over the last three years, you both have been turning this country into a place that I no longer feel at home in, or feel part of.

I watch you in Parliament, sneering at each other, and acting like children!!! (and if you were my children, I would be ashamed of you).

Years ago, aged 15 at grammar school, we had similar "Yah-Boo" debates in the Fourth Form. We quickly grew out of it when we realised that the real world was different. When will you two do the same?

What an example you set the viewing millions!

Although you would like us all to believe that you are putting the needs of this country first, everyone knows that NEITHER of you are doing that. You are more interested in scoring points off each other. Do you somehow think that will impress people and get you votes next year? WRONG !!

What is achieved by all those shenanigans in Parliament, is denigrating our once-great nation in the eyes of the world. You would NEVER see the German politicians doing that. They have recovered so wonderfully from WW2 by hard work and IMAGE - being careful never to run down their own country in public.

Your Parliamentary debates seem to be all about YOU as individuals, and not about what you are doing for this country!

You are not listening to the people you are paid to govern !

I am seeing the deterioration of living standards, but according to you, playing with statistics, we are doing better than most countries, yet the gap is widening between the "haves" and the "have-nots".

I see our hospitals under-staffed, yet I see multi-millions of pounds being sent in aid to other countries, before attending to this country's needs! Are you quite sure that our precious aid-money is applied to where it is needed, and not funnelled off to despots' bank accounts in New York and Zurich?

I see the "selling off of water rights to foreign interests. WHY...? You go to great lengths to tell us that water is a finite resource & supposedly, we must ALL be careful with how we use it.

The Carbon Tax, (which we all KNOW is just another tax) will make NO difference, to carbon emissions at all. It is a tax, which in spite of all your arguments FOR it, you are doing alone, because other major countries DO NOT BELIEVE in it.

Let's talk about Multiculturalism. People have come here from other countries, for a better life, for more years than I have been alive. Pre & post- war immigrants came for a better life, settled in and became wonderful contributors to this country. They have contributed to the rich diversity of Britain and many have fought FOR this country. They were glad to become U.K Citizens and they had NO hand-outs ....they worked hard for everything!

I have never before had a problem with immigrants coming here.

However, I DO NOW!!!

Please tell me why we have areas in towns all over the country, where police WILL NOT GO, for fear of their life? Please tell me why we can no longer have religion in schools for fear of "OFFENDING" someone? Please tell me why Christmas celebration is no longer allowed in some schools for fear of OFFENDING someone? Please tell me HOW Christmas decorations in stores might OFFEND someone? Please tell me why we have to have segregated days in public swimming pools for fear of "OFFENDING" someone? Please tell me why we allow RADICAL Muslim clerics to demand Sharia Law when our religions would never be allowed in THEIR country ?

Please tell me why our laws need to be changed, so as not to OFFEND someone?

Please tell me why we true-Brits are fast becoming a MINORITY voice, in our own country, because of POLITICAL CORRECTNESS? Please tell me WHY Brits must not wear a bike helmet going into a bank and yet it is OK to wear a Burka, covering the whole of the face?

And please tell me WHY, when those people who want asylum here, they can wreck our detention centres and STILL be allowed to stay?

What does that say about just who and what are this government's priorities? Every British person that I speak to has genuine concerns about becoming a second-class minority in our own country, for the above reasons.

Are you so blind that you cannot see this?

And no, I am NOT racist !

If I did not like Catholics or Protestants, would I be considered racist? Of course not!

We are fighting extremist Muslims in Afghanistan and elsewhere, are we not?

I hear you say, "yes but the Muslims we have here are not like that."

Well how do you know?

Do we see or hear ANY of them speaking AGAINST extremists on TV or radio?

I haven't. Islam is not compatible with ANY of the values that we hold here in Britain ! Are not the experiences of France and the Netherlands examples of that?

Why do you think it would be any different here?

We even have a British born "radical," who states that Britain WILL become a Muslim country, under Sharia Law, & that we had "better get used to it ".

Will both of you grow up and start sticking up for this country and its people?

We are the people who put you where you are and PAY you to look after our interests!

You are NOT doing that, by any stretch of the imagination!!!

I would appreciate an answer, if only to convince me that once again I am not talking to a brick wall!

SHRUB EVERGREEN GALLERY PAGES

Site Map of pages with content (o)

Introduction

FLOWER COLOUR
(o)
Blue
(o)Orange
(o)Other Colours
(o)Pink
(o)Red
(o)White
(o)Yellow

FOLIAGE COLOUR
Black
Blue
Brown
Bronze
(o)Green
(o)Grey
(o)Purple
(o)Red
Silver
(o)Variegated White
(o)Variegated Yellow
White
(o)Yellow
(o)4 Season Colour

7 Flower Colours per Month in Colour Wheel below IN EVERGREEN SHRUB GALLERY. Click on Black or White box in Colour of Month.

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HEATHER ERICA: OTHER HARDY HEATHS EVERGREEN SHRUB GALLERY PAGES
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Introduction

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


HEATHER EVERGREEN SHRUB GALLERY PAGES

Click on Colour below to link to its Heather Flower Colour Page

If "is Empty" in the Table, then this indicates an Empty Flower Colour Comparison Page with no Thumbnails.


FLOWERING SEASON
(o)January
(o)February
(o)March
(o)April
(o)May
(o)June
(o)July
(o)August
(o)September
(o)October
(o)November
(o)December


SPRING FOLIAGE COLOUR
(o)Spri-Bronze
(o)Spri-Green

(o)Spri-Grey
(o)Spri-Orange
(o)Spri-Red
(o)Spri-Yellow
(o)Spri-Other Colour

SUMMER FOLIAGE COLOUR
(o)Sum-Bronze
(o)Sum-Green

(o)Sum-Grey
Sum-Orange
(o)Sum-Red
(o)Sum-Yellow
(o)Sum-Other Colour

AUTUMN FOLIAGE COLOUR
(o)Aut-Bronze
(o)Aut-Green

(o)Aut-Grey
Aut-Orange
(o)Aut-Red
(o)Aut-Yellow
(o)Aut-Other Colour

WINTER FOLIAGE COLOUR
(o)Win-Bronze
(o)Win-Green

(o)Win-Grey
(o)Win-Orange
(o)Win-Red
(o)Win-Yellow
(o)Win-Other Colour
 


CULTIVAR GROUP
.Andromeda
.Bruckenthalia
(o)Calluna
(o)Daboecia

Erica Hardy Heaths:-
.Erica x afroeuropea
.Erica andevalensis
(o)Erica arborea
.Erica x arendsiana
.Erica australis
.Erica azorica
(o)Erica carnea
.Erica cillaris
(o)Erica cinerea
(o)Erica darleyensis
.Erica erigena
.Erica garforthensis
.Erica gaudificans
.Erica x griffithsii
.Erica krameri
(o)Erica lusitanica
(o)Erica mackayana
.Erica maderensis
.Erica manipuliflora
.Erica multiflora
.Erica
oldenburgensis

.Erica platycodon
.Erica scoparia
.Erica sicula
.Erica spiculifolia
.Erica stuartii

.Erica terminalis
(o)Erica tetralix
.Erica umbellata
(o)Erica vagans
.Erica veitchii
.Erica watsonii

.Erica williamsii

SEED COLOUR
Seed

BED PICTURES
Garden

H1 Amethyst is Empty
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H2
Mauve
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H3
Lavender
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H4
Lilac
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H0
White
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H5 Ruby is Empty
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H6
Cerise
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H7
Rose Pink
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H8
Pink
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H9
Beetroot
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H10
Purple
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H11
Lilac Pink
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H12 Heliotrope
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H13 Crimson
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H14 Magenta
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H15 Salmon is Empty
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H16
Shell Pink
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H17 Multi-Coloured
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Heather Height from Text Border

Purple = up to 4 inches (10cm)

Orange = up to 6 inches (15cm)

Violet = up to 8 inches (20cm)

Brown = up to 10 inches (25cm)

Blue = up to 12 inches (30cm)

Green = up to 14 inches (35cm)

Magenta = up to 16 inches (40cm)

Red = up to 18 inches (45cm)

Black = over 18 inches (45cm)

 

Heather Soil Moisture from Text Background

Wet Soil

Moist Soil

Dry Soil

Click on thumbnail to add the Plant Description Page of the Heather named in the Text box below that photo.
The Comments Row of that Plant Description Page details where that heather is available from.
Flowering months append the Sun Aspect in the Text Box below each Thumbnail.

 

"Handy Guide to Heathers - Descriptions & Suppliers of over 1000 varieties" by David & Anne Small. Published in 1992 by Denbeigh Heather Nurseries in the UK. ISBN 0-9519160-0-9. It provides a handy reference to descriptions of heathers in the genera Andromeda, Bruckenthalia, Calluna, Daboecia and Erica which are commercially cultivated in Britain, Europe and North America. The information has very largely come from the work of the Heather Society on producing an International Register of all heather names irrespective of whether they are in commercial use or not.

Heather Evergreen Shrub Name

Flower Colour

Flowering Months

Height x Spread in inches (cms) (1 inch = 2.5 cms, 12" = 1 foot = 30 cms)

Foliage Colour

Spring

Summer

Autumn

Winter

Erica x darleyensis
with link to its photos and text in
Heather Description Page in this Gallery or
Erica darleyensis Cultivars Index Page in Shrub Heather Index Gallery

"One of the easiest heathers to grow. It is suitable for all soils and particularly good at smothering weeds. These cultivars are hybrids between Erica carnea and Erica erigena and, like all sterile hardy hybrids, have coloured young foliage and a long flowering period. Hardy"

'Ada S. Collings'
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Archie Graham'
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'Arthur Johnson' - H8
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Pink - H8 , which deepen with age to heliotrope

December, January, February, March, April

18 x 30
(45 x 75)

Mid Green tipped Cream

Mid Green

Mid Green

Mid Green

aureifolia 'Eva Gold'
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aureifolia 'Moonshine'
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'Aurelie Bregeon'
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'Bert'
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'Darley Dale' - H16
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Open
Shell Pink - H16 and darken to Pink

November, December, January, February, March, April

15-18 x 36 (37.5-45 x 90)

Mid Green with Cream tips

Mid Green

Mid Green

Mid Green

'Dunreggan' - H0
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White - H0

January, February, March, April, May

18 x 20
(45 x 50)

Mid Green

Mid Green

Mid Green

Mid Green
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'Epe' - H11
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Lilac Pink - H11

January, February, March, April, May

12 x 24
(30 x 60)

Medium Green
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Medium Green

Medium Green

Medium Green

f. albiflora 'Bing'
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f. albiflora
'White Perfection'
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'George Rendall' - H8 and
Heather Index Gallery
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Open
Pink - H8 darkening to heliotrope

November, December, January, February, March, April, May

15 x 26 (37.5 x 65)

Mid Green tipped red initially, fading to pink and cream

Mid Green

Mid Green

Mid Green
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'Ghost Hills' - H8
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Mauve - H2 deepen on aging to heliotrope

November, December, January, February, March, April, May

18 x 36
(45 x 90)

Light Green with Cream tips

Light Green

Light Green

Light Green

'Golden Perfect'
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'Jack H. Brummage' - H10
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Reddish Purple - H10

January, February, March, April, May

12 x 24
(30 x 60)

Golden Orange-Yellow

Golden Orange-Yellow

Golden Orange-Yellow

Golden Orange-Yellow becoming Bronze-tinted

'James Smith' - H10
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Deep Pink to reddish Purple - H10

December, January, February, March, April

14 x 22
(35 x 55)

Medium Green tipped Pink and Cream

Medium Green

Medium Green

Medium Green

'Jenny Porter'
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'Katia'
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'Kramer's Rote' - H14
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Magenta - H14

January, February, March, April

15 x 24 (37.5 x 60)

Dark Bronze/Green

Dark Bronze/Green

Dark Bronze/Green

Dark Bronze/Green
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'Lena'
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'Lucie'
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'Margaret Porter' - H4
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Lilac - H4

December, January, February, March, April, May

8-10 x 18 (20-25 x 45)

Mid Green with Cream tips

Mid Green

Mid Green

Mid Green

'Mary Helen' - H8
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Pink - H8

February, March, April

10 x 18
(25 x 45)

Yellow/Gold
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Yellow/Gold

Yellow/Gold

Yellow/Gold foliage bronzing
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'Mrs Parris' Red'
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'Rubina'
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'Silberschmelze' - H0
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Ashen White - H0

December, January, February, March, April, May

14 x 32
(35 x 80)

Mid Green with Cream tips

Mid Green

Mid Green

Mid Green tinged Red
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'Snow Surprise'
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'Spring Surprise'
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'White Glow' - H0
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White - H0

December, January, February, March, April, May

10 x 20
(25 x 50)

Mid Green
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Mid Green

Mid Green

Mid Green
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'W.G. Pine' - H12
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Pink to Heliotrope - H12

December, January, February, March, April

8 x 20
(20 x 50)

Dark Green tipped Red

Dark Green

Dark Green

Dark Green
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'White
Spring Surprise'
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'Winter Surprise'
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