Flowers white; VIII; foliage yellow; height 20cm; spread 50cm.

Raised by Jürgen Krebs (Hoyerhagen, Germany); recorded in Botanischer Garten, Bremen, Germany, in 1998.

‘Highland Cream’

Flowers pink (H8); VIII-IX; foliage cream in spring and early summer, later silvery grey-green; habit erect, broad, vigorous. A sport on ‘Darkness‘, from Highland Heathers, Achahoish, Argyll, before 1992.

‘Helen Gill’

White flowers; IX-X; foliage grey-green with cream-tips in spring and early summer; habit erect; height 40cm; spread 55cm. A sport on ‘Beoley Silver‘ . Found in the garden of Jack Platt in 1984 and named after his granddaughter.

‘Harry’s Grace’

Calluna vulgaris f. multibracteata; blooms much later than other cultivars. Flowers lavender (H3); not opening fully, but not bud-flowering; solitary at apex of short, multibracteate side-shoots on underside of main stems; X-II: calyx lobes to 3.5mm long, 2mm broad, ovate; corolla to 3mm long; stamens 8, not apparently malformed; gynoecium present, not malformed. Foliage dark green. Habit bushy; height 25cm; spread 30cm after 2 years.

Sport on ‘Chase White’ found by Harry Bowen in his garden at Chase Road, Falmouth, Massachusetts, USA.

Named after Mrs Grace Bowen, and Mr Harry Bowen.

® C.2010:01 registered on 17 February 2010 by Northeast Heather Society, USA.

‘Hellgrüne Angie’

♤ Bud-flowering, red (H5-H6), buds small; IX-XII; foliage bright green; habit upright, broad; height 50cm; spread 50cm after 4 years.

Sport on ‘Angie’ found by J. van Leuven in October 2007.

® C.2011:12 registered on 25 November 2011 by J. van Leuven, Geldern-Lüllingen, Germany.

‘Haalboom’s Red’

Corolla bright red (like ‘Dark Beauty‘); VIII-IX; foliage green/bright green; habit broad upright“It’s a beautiful, healthy cultivar with striking flower color and floriferous.”
Deliberately bred, about 2003, by H. Hoekert, kwekerij Hoekert BV Oldebroek; selected and named by Henk Haalboom.

® C.2006:04 registered on 11 September 2006 by Firma W. Haalboom en Zn, Driebergen, Netherlands.

‘Hera’ {Gardengirls®}

♤ Shell-pink (H16) buds; IX-XII; with mid-green foliage; after 3 years 30cm tall, 25cm spread.

Sport on ‘Helena‘, found by Kurt Kramer in October 2007.

® C.2009:02 registered on 11 March 2009 by Kurt Kramer, Edewecht, Germany.

‘Hilda ‘ {Gardengirls®}

♤ Flowers buds brilliant violet-blue ( H3 lavender), 4mm long, 1.5mm across; IX-XI; foliage dark green with mid-green new growth; habit upright; height 30cm; spread 25cm after 3 years pruned.
Deliberately raised seedling, cross made in October 2005 by Helmut Hiedl; selected in October 2006. ® C.2014.01: registered on 9 January 2914 by Helmut Hiedl, Altrusried-Krugzell, Germany.

‘Hamlet Green’

Mauve (H2) flowers, VIII–IX; yellowish grey-green foliage turning orange, yellow and green in winter; height 26–30cm; spread 46–60cm. A very unusual and distinctive heather.

Found by Albert Turner (The Hamlet, Hall Green, Birmingham, England) in 1972; introduced by Denbeigh Heather Nurseries (Creeting St Mary, Ipswich, Suffolk) in 1978.

Named after Albert Turner’s house.

‘Hammondii ‘

White flowers, VIII–IX; mid-green foliage; vigorous; height 31–45cm; spread 46–60cm. A very old cultivar, but still one of the best.

Introduced by 1850; listed by John Frazer (Leyton, Essex, England) in 1866, and by Lawson Seed & Nursery Co. (Edinburgh, Scotland) in 1874.