‘Kenneth’

Little is known about this cultivar. However, from the image, Pink flowers; foliage dark green; habit very upright.

Presumably a seedling; obtained from Manning’s Heather Farm (Sebastopol, California, USA), by Clark and Edith Davis, California, USA, in 1990.

“The lady we dealt with was Mrs Manning’s neice and was very knowledgeable about heathers & told us she had developed ‘Kenneth’ and had named it.”

‘Kuliss’

Flowers lavender (H3) with crimson (H13), single; IX-XI; foliage new shoots pink and cream, turning greyish green in summer, foliage and shoots with prominent tomentum of long, somewhat shaggy hairs; stem appearing white; habit upright, bushy; height 50cm; spread 50cm after 5 years. Selected from seedlings raised from open-pollinated plant of Tallboy, possibly pollinated by ‘Kerstin’. It looks like a vigorous mixture of the two presumed parents. Fantasy name.
Published; URL www.heatherworld.org/new-heathers (posted 24 October 2015).

® C.2015.07 registered on 21 September 2015 by Sten-Börje Sörensson, Almvägen 7, 475 51 Hönö, Sweden.

‘Klausi’

♤ Bud-bloomer, calyx white; IX-XI; foliage bright green; habit upright, compact. Deliberately bred seedling: raised by K. Kramer in 1991 (sister-seedling of ‘Alicia‘).
A composite word, without meaning. Registered on 3 November 2002 by Kurt Kramer.

‘Klaudewi’

♤ Bud-bloomer, calyx white; IX-XI; foliage bright green; habit upright. Deliberately bred seedling: raised by K. Kramer in 1991 (sister-seedling of ‘Alicia‘).
A composite word, without meaning. Registered on 3 November 2002 by Kurt Kramer.

‘Katja’

♤ Bud-flowering(Knospenblüher), crimson(H13), buds to 5mm long, 2mm across;calyx rose-pink(H7); IX-XII; foliage: dark green, with mid-green new growth; habit: to 30cm×25cm after 3years (pruned). Buds redder than those of ‘Rosita’.

Origins: a sport on ‘Rosita’, found in autumn 2010, byArmin Klose, Sandkrug-Hatten, Germany.

® C.2013:01 registered on 17 March 2013 by K. Kramer, Edewecht-Süddorf, Germany.

Description in Supplement XIV (2014), Heathers 11: 68 is erroneous: the description above is correct.

‘Kiran’

Flowers single, mauve (H2), solitary on short lateral shoots; VIII-X. Spreading plant with erect and ascending shoots; young shoots lime-green; mature plants appearing orange-red due to strong red tints that develop on sunlit sides of shoots, shaded foliage remaining light green; leaves minute, glabrous apart from some hairs on margins and at tip, densely clustered on short side shoots;  Strong autumnal colours in mature plants, with pale flowers.

Chance seedling found in August 2008 by Noel Allan at Galloway Heathers Nursery, Newton Stewart, Wigtownshire, Scotland.

Named after the granddaughter of Noel Allan, Galloway Heathers, Cartyport, Newton Stewart, Scotland (in Sanskrit the name means “ray”).

® C.2012:04 registered on 8 August 2012 by J. Fitz-Earle, Crocketford, Scotland DG2 8QE.

‘Kaiser’

Lilac-pink flowers, VIII–IX; dark green foliage; vigorous; height 60cm; spread 60cm.

‘Karin Blum’

White flowers, VIII–X; yellow-orange foliage throughout the year; low -growing but upright; height 16–20cm; spread 31–45cm. Named after Herman Blum, the finder’s, second daughter.

‘Kermit’

White flowers, VIII–IX, abundant; yellow-green foliage, turning greener in autumn, young shoots tipped white in spring; broad, upright; height 26–30cm; spread 46–60cm. It differs from ‘Westerlee Green‘ in having a broader habit and the foliage is greener in autumn.

Seedling; selected by A. Bosch (Westerlee, Netherlands); introduced by Bosch in 1991.

Named after a frog puppet in a TV programme.