Erica darleyensis is one of the easiest Heathers to grow, tolerating almost any soil and requiring little pruning, other than a little trim once they finish blooming to promote more branching. Buds form in late summer or very early fall, some blooming as late as September, often lasting until the following May. The flowers open pale and deepen as the season progresses. They make a stunning addition to your containers or your garden beds.
We now have a nice selection of beautiful, hardy (zone 5) Erica darleyensis Heather on table B10.