Dried Heather flower
Dried Heather flower : Heather, commonly called Scotch Heather, is a small, woody perennial in the Ericaceae family. Its flowers, which bloom from mid-summer to early fall, are usually mauve, purple, or white. Its tiny (1/8 inch long), evergreen, scale-like leaves are valued just as much as its blooms. It is native to the bogs and moors of Scotland and other parts of Europe and is favored for the colorful flowers and foliage it adds to the landscape. The best time to plant it is in spring or early fall. Heather is slow-growing and averages about 18-inches in height.
A clue to its proper care lies in its name immortalized in Scottish literature as the heath and moorlands. This habitat has acidic, well-drained, moist soil. These plants tolerate poor, rocky soil and even salt spray, making them good for coastal hillsides. Plants that grow in heathlands typically get by with fewer nutrients than the average plant. They rely more on watering and pruning than fertilizer. for more information please read Iran Heather specification .
Heather flower specifications
- Common Name : Heather, Scotch heather, Scottish heather
- Botanical Name : Calluna vulgaris
- Family : Ericaceae
- Plant Type : Broadleaf, evergreen shrub
- Mature Size : 24 in. tall; 24-36 in. wide
- Sun Exposure : Full, partial
- Soil Type : Sandy
- Bloom Time : Mid-summer, early fall
- Flower Color : Mauve, purple, white
- Native Area : Eurasia
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