Springwood White Winter Heath


Springwood White Winter Heath

Erica carnea 8x24" A wild specimen found by Anna Walker in Monte Correggio, northern Italy, 1930. Propagated at her garden in Scotland and named after her house. Also called Snow Heath.

Profuse blooms of distinct bell-shaped flowers in very early spring through April with repeat blooms in August. Foliage is more ferny and wispier than heathers and can be many shades of green through the season. Mounded matlike growth habit sprawls and crawls like slime mold, and just as pretty. This spring ours bloomed through a crust of snow for an explosion of flowers with bees of all kinds clambering for early nectar. Ericas have become a favorite of ours. You won’t be able to resist the urge to pet it when you walk past.

‘Springwood White’ has pure white flowers in spring over bright green foliage. Plant en masse to create a magical carpet. Super low-maintenance. Species native to the Alps and the British Isles. Z4. (4" pots)

547 Springwood White
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