Heaths have fine, short, needlelike evergreen leaves that vary from deep green to silver, gold, or chartreuse. Tiny, urn-shaped flowers sparkle like hoarfrost, in shades from white to pinks and rosy purples. Though most floriferous in winter and early spring, (and highly welcome at that dreary time!), a scheme for year-round color can be developed by combining with Callunas.
Deep magenta flowers decorate this durable evergreen when most plants are dormant. It’s happiest in full sun and interesting with Hebe ‘New Zealand Gold’. Some experts believe ‘Furzey’ has the best flower color among Ericas.
Size: 12" high x 2' 0" wide; hardy to zone 5.
July 22 thru August 6
Include 3 featured plants for 15% off your $100 order
Include three or more of the plants featured in this newsletter, and receive 15% off your minimum plant purchase of $100.00.
Our online sale lasts for 2 weeks only, beginning July 22 and ending August 6. Mention code "Summer-time 2017" in the customer comments section of the order confirmation page to receive the discount. All orders must be shipped by August 8, weather permitting. All ordered items must be in-stock.
Don't worry, we'll deduct the sale discount when we download your order.
Current Staff's Favorite Plant
Fabulous Foliage, Snazzy blooms, Summer-time sale and join us for an upcoming stroll on July 29th!
Add ebullient summer color and intriguing foliar texture to your garden
Create summer-time fervor with head-turning red, sunny yellow and tangerine-hued blooms splashed throughout your border. These upbeat fun-loving colors can be tempered with white, chartreuse or pale pink flowers amid an array of interesting foliage. Fashioning a rich textural tapestry, perennial leaves sprout in varying sizes and shapes and showcase a lovely range of colors from gold, silver, bronze, and chocolatey purple to lime green.
Our next guided Saturday Strolls is July 29th., followed by August 19th & September 16th. We hope you’ll come visit us this summer. Digging Dog's late July 2017 Newsletter Link
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