Flower Database

Erica darleyensis

Basic information
Flower Name
Erica darleyensis
Formal Name
Erica × darleyensis
Alias
Erica darleyensis, Darleydale heath, heath
Habitat
South Africa, (Prunus)
Morph
A hardy evergreen shrub
Comment
Erica darleyensis (scientific name: Erica × darleyensis) is a gardening variety of the cold-resistant evergreen shrub "Erica" of the Ericaceae family. This species is a garden cultivar breeded by E. carnea (scientific name: Erica carnea) and E. erigena(scientific name: Erica erigena), and it's leaves are similar to cedar leaves. It brings small bell-shaped flowers of rice grain size to many branches and blooms. Along with promotion of forced cultivation, it is useful as a pot of a moon with few flowers.
Special feature "Erica"」
Common name: Erica darleyensis, Scientific name: Erica × darleyensis, aka: kyoko, Darleydale heath, Origin: South Africa (Gardening variety), Tree height: 30 - 50 cm, flower season: November to April, flower color: peach · white · dense peach, flower diameter: 0.3 cm.
Detailed information
Order
Ericales
Family
Ericaceae
Genus
Erica
Species
E. × darleyensis
Flower type
Actinomorphic Flower
Flower array
Racemous Inflorescence
Petal shape
Urn
Leaf type
Elliptic
Leaf edge
Serrated
Flowering place
Garden cultivated variety
Color
Pink, White
Season
Jan Feb Mar Apr Nov Dec
Height
30  ~ 50  [cm]
Diameter
0.3  ~ 0.3