Erica arborea var. alpina, arborea var. alpina ‘Albert’s Gold’, arborea ‘Estrella Gold’, lusitanica ‘George Hunt’ lusitanica ‘Sheffield Park’ Plant Catalogue – Shrubs

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ERICA – Well drained acid soil in full sun. Will tolerate part shade. E
E. arborea var. alpina AGM Masses of small fragrant white bells along the branches in April and May.  Small, fine narrow green leaves, evergreen.  Height erect growing to about 2 metres.  Spread about 1.5 metres.
E. arborea var. alpina f. anreifolia ‘Albert’s Gold’ AGM Masses of small fragrant white bells along the branches in April and May.  Small, fine narrow bright yellow leaves, evergreen. Height erect growing to about 2 metres. Spread about 1.5 metres.
E. arborea ‘Estrella Gold’ AGM Masses of small fragrant white bells along the branches in April and May.  Small, fine narrow golden-yellow leaves, evergreen. Height slow growing to about 1 metre. Spread about 1 metre.
E. lusitanica ‘George Hunt’ Masses of small fragrant white bells along the branches often from November through to May. Tiny yellow leaves, evergreen.  Height 1.5 to 2 metres.  Spread about 1.5 metres.
E. lusitanica ‘Sheffield Park’ Masses of small fragrant white bells along the branches often from November through to May. Tiny green leaves, evergreen.  Height 1.5 to 2 metres.  Spread about 1.5 metres. Will tolerate part shade.
We also stock a range of Heaths and Heathers, they are now very much sold as a looking good item so we do not list he varieties on our website but can advise what is available if you contact the nursery.