- Flower nameErica darleyensis
- Scientific nameErica × darleyensis
- AliasErica darleyensis, キョッコウ, ダーリーデールヒース, Darleydale heath, ヒース, heath
- Place of originSouth Africa, (Prunus)
- Place of floweringGarden, Horticultural species
- Flowering seasonJanuary, February, March, April, November, December
- Language of flowersHappy love
What is Erica darleyensis
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.
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.