‘White Knight’

‘Coloured tips on silver’. Pale purple flowers; VIII-IX; foliage downy, grey with coloured tips in spring, otherwise very similar to ‘Silver Knight‘. 35cm tall, 50cm spread.

Sport on ‘Silver Knight‘; introduced by Daystar (Litchfield, Maine, USA) in 1983.

Name alludes to the flower colour, and parent cultivar.

‘Warren’s Gold’

Flowers single, white; VIII-IX; foliage gold; habit broad erect. Raised and introduced by Glynwern Heather Nurseries, Cilcennin Lampeter, Dyfed, Wales, in 1997.
Ref: Glynwerne Heather Nurseries catalogue, 1997.

‘Wendy Bamford’

Flowers pale mauve (H2), single; VII-VIII: foliage dense, in summer mature foliage yellow/ green with orange/ gold tips:habit semi-prostrate. A nursery seedling found in 1987. Registered 22 September 1995: Mrs W. E. S. Bamford, Haythorne Nursery, Verwood, Dorset.

‘Weiße Silvana’ (‘Weisse Silvana’)

♤ Bud-flowering, white; IX-XI; silver-grey foliage; upright habit; height 60cm; spread 50cm after 5 years.

Sport on ‘Silvana’, found by Johannes van Leuven in September 2011.

® C.2011:15 registered on 25 November 2011 by J. van Leuven, Geldern-Lüllingen, Germany.

‘Weiße Lena’ (‘Weisse Lena’) {Gardengirls®}

♤ Bud-flowering, white; VIII-X; foliage green; habit upright; height 60cm; spread 50cm after 5 years.

Sport on ‘Lena’ found by J. van Leuven in September 2011; “very early flowering in August, thicker buds than Loki”.

® C.2011:14 registered on 25 November 2011 by J. van Leuven, Geldern-Lüllingen, Germany.

‘Waquoit Wild’

Flowers single; corolla H8; VIII-IX; foliage medium green; habit upright; height 36cm; spread 25cm after 3 years.

“Wild” seedling, found by Paul A. Murphy Jr. at Waquoit Nursery, Waquoit, MA, USA, in September 1997.

® C.2008:09 registered on 24 June 2008 by Jane Murphy, Oxford, PA, USA.

‘Wicklow Spring’

❁Flowers double, shell pink; VIII-X; foliage mid-green with creamy yellow spring growth; forms compact mound.

Sport of ‘County Wicklow‘ found in 1994 by Ken Hutchins at Oregon Rhododendrons, Corvalis, USA; propagated and named by Karla Lortz.

® C.2008:01 registered on 24 January 2008 by K. Hutchins, Mossyrock, WA, USA.

‘White Angie’ {Gardengirls®}

♤ Bud-flowering; white; IX-XII; foliage green; habit rroad, upright; height 50cm; spread 50cm across after 4 years.

Sport on ‘Angie‘ found by Johannes van Leuven in October 2005 at Geldern.

® C.2007.07 registered 24 November 2007 by J. van Leuven, Geldern, Germany.

‘Weisse Dreinullzwei’

♤ Bud-bloomer; greyish white; IX-XI; foliage dark green; habit broad, upright, vigorous.

Found 1 November 2000 by Kurt Kramer. Registered on 26 July 2003 by Kurt Kramer.

‘Walter Ingwersen’

Pink (H8) flowers, VIII–X, in long spikes; mid-green foliage; height 46–60cm; spread 61–75cm. An outstanding, but frost-tender, late-blooming ling.

Wild-collected; found at an altitude of 1000 ft in Minho mountains, north of Coimbra, Portugal, by Walter Ingwersen in March 1928; introduced by Ingwersen’s Birch Farm Nursery (Gravetye, Sussex, England) by 1933. This survived the 1940s in the care of George M. Hamer (Sunnymount Nursery, Chisworth, Hyde, Cheshire, England) and was refound and reintroduced by Geoff Yates (Tabramhill Gardens, Newstead Abbey Park, Nottinghamshire, England) in the 1970s.

Named after the finder.