4 edition of Hardy heather species found in the catalog.
Hardy heather species
Includes bibliographical references (p. 178-181).
|Statement||D. Metheny ; with contributions by Arthur P. Dome ... [et al.].|
|Contributions||Dome, Arthur P.|
|LC Classifications||QK495.E68 M48 1991|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||vi, 186 p. :|
|Number of Pages||186|
|ISBN 10||0939116316, 0939116294|
|LC Control Number||91221311|
Hardy Heathers is a fully illustrated monograph that describes all Calluna, Daboecia and those Erica species that grow naturally in the northern hemisphere. Distribution, history, conservation, classification and cultivation are covered in detail, making this an indispensable book for the heather enthusiast, professional nurseryman, landscape. Heather (Calluna vulgaris) Scotch Heather/Ling Heather, is an evergreen branching shrub. Heather flowers bloom in late species of Heather flowers are usually in purple or mauve shades. The flower's various cultivars come in colors ranging from white, through pink, a wide range of purples and reds.
Kew: Royal Botanic Gardens, Octavo, dustwrapper, colour photographs, colour illustrations, line drawings, maps. The latest publication from the Botanical Magazine Monograph series, this is a fully illustrated guide to the heather species that grow naturally in the Northern Hemisphere. Covered in detail are the distribution, classification, and conservation of three genera, Calluna. Whatever name you use, common heather is by far the most dominant of the heather species and indeed one of the most widespread of all plants in Scotland. The other two common Scottish species belong to a sub-division of the Ericaceae family called Erica, or Heaths. These are Bell Heather and Cross-leaved Heath.
Hardy Heathers is a fully illustrated monograph that describes all Calluna, Daboecia and those Erica species that grow naturally in the northern hemisphere. Distribution, history, conservation, classification and cultivation are covered in detail, making this an indispensable book for the heather enthusiast, professional nurseryman, landscape architect, gardener, botanist, . This remarkable low growing shrub has been awarded Britain's coveted Award of Garden Merit! Changing foliage color from yellow-chartreuse to brick red foliage in the fall and winter and producing lots of purple-pink flowers in late summer creates a seasonal color show. This hardy true heather is deer resistant drought tolerant and attracts hummingbirds and butterflies.
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Metheny. Also hardy in zone 6 is the Cornish heath, Erica vagans and the Dorset heath, E. ciliaris. Both of these species can bloom mostly from July until September. Another heath which can fill the gap between the spring heath and summer heathers is the cross-leaved heath, Erica tetralix.
A Beginner’s Guide to Growing Heathers which of the heather species will succeed for you. Unless you know your soil is acid it is best not to It is the least hardy of the hardy heathers, but even if it knocked back in an exceptionally hard winter it will usually recover from the base.
Erica erigena is a useful plant, not only because File Size: 88KB. The latest publication from the Botanical Magazine Monograph series, Hardy Heathers from the Northern Hemisphere is a fully illustrated guide to all the heather species that grow naturally in the Northern Hemisphere/5(2).
Charles Nelson: Hardy heathers from the northern hemisphere Calluna, Daboecia, Erica. Awarded “REFERENCE BOOK OF THE YEAR ″ by Garden Media Guild in November There is currently a 50% discount on this book from the Kew online shop. ISBN Number: ISBN Year published: Publisher: Kew Publishing, Royal Botanic Gardens.
Hardy Heather Species by Metheny, Dorothy M. Frontier Pub. Hardcover. Hardcover with dust jacket. Book is in very nice condition, text is unmarked and pages are tight. Small name/address stamp on first page.
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Read reviews from world’s largest community for readers. The latest publication from the Botanical Maga 5/5(1). This is the first instance known of a heather derived from more than two of the hardy northern-hemisphere species, in this case E. arborea and E.
lusitanica (as E. × veitchii) and E. australis, hence the name published for the progeny of this crossing is E. × triparentalis (Nelson ). Cultivars.
The thirteen clones in cultivation display. The latest publication from the Botanical Magazine Monograph series, Hardy Heathers from the Northern Hemisphere is a fully illustrated guide to all the heather species that grow naturally in the Northern d in detail are the distribution, classification, and conservation of three genera—Calluna, Daboecia, and Erica—supplemented by a history of heathers in.
Erica (Heather family) A large genus of useful evergreen perennials. Ericas vary in growth habit, from low spreading and ground-cover to taller more bushy plants. A wide range of flower colours are available, from white through to all shades of pink and red to mauve.
Most varieties are fully hardy with a few exceptions, such as Erica. For the heather lover in the North, these are the plants of choice, as opposed to the true heaths, which offer more colors but are generally less hardy.
Calluna are typically hardy in Zones but may thrive as far north as Zone 3 with adequate winter protection or snow cover.
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