Calluna vulgaris


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Related to Calluna vulgaris: Erica tetralix
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Synonyms for Calluna vulgaris

common Old World heath represented by many varieties

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and Calluna vulgaris, as well as spores of the mosses Pohlia nutans, Dicranella cerviculata, and Polytrichum longisetum are viable.
Others which will thrive at the seaside include pinks (Dianthus), thrift (Armeria) and sea holly (Eryngium), Calluna vulgaris, cordyline, hebes, holly, spiraea, ulex, hydrangea, olearia, lavatera and cistus, although some are not hardy.
Other relatively trouble-free ground cover plants include Ajuga reptans, astilbe, Calluna vulgaris, Erica carnea and Euonymus fortunei 'Emerald Gaiety'.
During severe winters, moose feed mainly on Calluna vulgaris and Vaccinium sp.
Calluna vulgaris or "Dark Beauty" has bright red flowers from August to October.
Calluna vulgaris Show gardens such as those at Cardiff, Chelsea and other horticultural events are entertaining promotions for new ideas and plants - but where are the weeds?
Bud bloomers or Calluna vulgaris, which is also known as ling or Scotch heather, are especially useful as their flowers never fully open.
Winter heath ALTHOUGH we are all familiar with our local moorland ling heather, Calluna vulgaris, that turns the moors around us purple in late summer, the winter heath, Erica carnea, can give us delicate spikes of flowers in an array of different colours from now until April, if we choose the right cultivars.