Erica x darleyensis 'Spring Surprise'

'Spring Surprise' closes the Darley heather season beautifully.

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Description

The variety 'Spring Surprise' is notable for its late flowering, thus completing the range of "winter" heathers: Its abundant deep pink flowers wait for the month of March to open fully and last until May.
Its shape is upright and its growth vigorous.
It is very frost hardy.
In both private and or open gardens, possibly planted with other earlier Ericas, 'Spring Surprise' closes the winter heathers season beautifully.

Care

Prune after the flowers have finished to keep the plant in the required dimensions.

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  • Selected by Kurt KRAMER
  • PBR / European PBR EU 1103
  • Width 0,80 m - 1,00 m
  • Height 0,50 m - 0,60 m
  • Habit covering
  • Habit erect
  • Hardiness hardy (-20°C)
  • Foliage colour green
  • Foliage evergreen
  • Flowering colour pink
  • Flowering period spring
  • Soil Acid to neutral soil.
  • Position partial shade
  • Position sunny
  • Utilisation particulière pot, balcony, terrace
  • Utilisation particulière ground cover, slope
  • Seasons of interest spring

The variety 'Spring Surprise' is notable for its late flowering, thus completing the range of "winter" heathers: Its abundant deep pink flowers wait for the month of March to open fully and last until May.
Its shape is upright and its growth vigorous.
It is very frost hardy.
In both private and or open gardens, possibly planted with other earlier Ericas, 'Spring Surprise' closes the winter heathers season beautifully.

Prune after the flowers have finished to keep the plant in the required dimensions.

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