Heather Salsa

Heather Salsa
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Heather – Salsa, Calluna vulgaris ‘Salsa’, is distinguishable by its compact habit, dark green foliage, and dark red double flowers that remain in bud throughout their season.The beautiful, dark green foliage compliments the double blood red flowers. Salsa is a budbloomer which means that it is a form of Calluna in which the flowers never develop beyond the bud stage, but as a result, keep their color for a long period.It requires full sun and acid loving fertile well drained soil that is humus rich.Attracting butterflies and hummingbirds, Salsa has bright fragrant flowers that look outstanding in borders, as groundcovers, in containers, or in rock gardens.The red blooms against the dark green foliage make a great contrast!.

Heather Lady in Red

Heather Lady in Red
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Heather – Lady in Red, Calluna vulgaris ‘Lady in Red’, is a summer flowering budbloomng heather that is upright and branching.The Lady in Red offers a profusion of lovely bright red blooms from late August until November! Attracting butterflies and hummingbirds, Lady in Red has amazing fragrant flowers that look outstanding in borders, as groundcovers, in containers, or in rock gardens.Callunas grow and flower best in full sun but can tolerate partial shade. Good drainage is very important since they are liable to get root diseases if growing in wet spots.Prune by cutting branches below the flowers in fall or in early spring in colder zones. It requires full sun and acid loving fertile well drained soil that is humus rich.Lady in Red is a budbloomer which means that it is a form of Calluna in which the flowers never develop beyond the bud stage, but as a result, keep their color for a long period.Zones 5-7* Great Container Plant!.

Scotch Heather

Scotch Heather
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The Scotch Heather, Calluna vulgaris ‘Sandy’, is a mutation of the variety ‘Melanie’ and its bright yellow foliage resists the sun well.Sandy is a low-growing perennial evergreen ground cover or low shrub for sun; blooms during late summer. It is upright and wide, and has pure white, very resistant buds between September to December.The masses of white flower buds never open thereby remaining colorful from August until hard frost! Superb for alpine, rock or trough gardens.Sandy is a budbloomer which means that it is a form of Calluna in which the flowers never develop beyond the bud stage, but as a result, keep their color for a long period.It requires full sun and acid loving fertile well drained soil that is humus rich.Zones 5-7.* Great for rock gardens!.

Heather Lady in White

Heather Lady in White
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Heather – Lady in White, Calluna vulgaris ‘Lady in White’, is a summer flowering budblooming heather that is upright and branching.The Lady in White offers a profusion of lovely bright pink-rose blooms from late August until November! Attracting butterflies and hummingbirds, Lady in White has lovely fragrant flowers that look outstanding in borders, as groundcovers, in containers, or in rock gardens.Callunas grow and flower best in full sun but can tolerate partial shade. Good drainage is very important since they are liable to get root diseases if growing in wet spots.Prune by cutting branches below the flowers in fall or in early spring in colder zones. It requires full sun and acid loving fertile well drained soil that is humus rich.Lady in White is a budbloomer which means that it is a form of Calluna in which the flowers never develop beyond the bud stage, but as a result, keep their color for a long period.Zones 5-7* Late Summer Bloomer!.

Heather Lady in Pink

Heather Lady in Pink
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Heather – Lady in Pink, Calluna vulgaris ‘Lady in Pink’, is a summer flowering budblooming heather that is upright and branching.The Lady in Pink offers a profusion of lovely bright pink-rose blooms from late August until November! Attracting butterflies and hummingbirds, Lady in Pink has bright fragrant flowers that look outstanding in borders, as groundcovers, in containers, or in rock gardens.Callunas grow and flower best in full sun but can tolerate partial shade. Good drainage is very important since they are liable to get root diseases if growing in wet spots.Prune by cutting branches below the flowers in fall or in early spring in colder zones. It requires full sun and acid loving fertile well drained soil that is humus rich.Lady in Pink is a budbloomer which means that it is a form of Calluna in which the flowers never develop beyond the bud stage, but as a result, keep their color for a long period.Zones 5-7* Attracts Butterflies and Hummingbirds!.