What is Erica canaliculata
Erika canaliculata, Janome Erika, bull's-eye design erica,black stamen erica and black-eyed Heath (scientific name: Erica canaliculata) is a gardening variety of the evergreen shrub "Erica (scientific name: Erica)" of the family Ericaceae native to South Africa. Because the black anther of the stamen looks like a snake's eye, in Japanese name it is called "Janome (snake's eye) erica".
From autumn to spring, it break out the inflorescences from the branches and makes many bell-shaped pink rice grains bloom.
Generic name: Channelled heath, scientific name: Erica canaliculata,another name: Janome Erika, bull's-eye design erica,black stamen erica, black-eyed Heath, channelled heath, place of origin: As for this seed, gardening kind, Erika progenitor are South Africa, ecotypes: An evergreen shrub, height of the tree: 150-200cm, inflorescence form: Raceme, corolla form: A bell type, flowering season: An anniversary (the field), November to next April (Japan), a color of a flower: A strong peach, flower diameter: 0.3cm.