‘Alice’

Flowers red, large: I-IV; foliage dark green; habit bushy; 18in × 24in.

Named by David Wilson from cuttings given by Kurt Kramer

‘Pink Harmony’ [Adopted name for ‘Pink Magic’]

Flowers: corolla heliotrope (H12, RHS 73B), to 6mm long, 3mm across, calyx shell pink (H16), 3mm long; anthers black, style end cerise (H6); XII-V; foliage: mid-green, with bright green young growth; habit broad, bushy: after 3 year in 40cm tall; spread 40cm (pruned).

Flowers bigger than ‘Winter Treasure’.

Deliberately raised seedling (pollen parent 94-5-39, seed parent 94-5-35) produced by Kurt Kramer, in 2007; selected in 2011.

® E.2016:06 Registered on 18th February 2016 by Kurt Kramer, Edewecht, Germany.

At time of registration as ‘Pink Magic‘ (E.2013.03) stated to be a tetrapod.

‘Michael Sellers’

Flowers corolla magenta (H14), 6mm long x 3mm diameter; calyx magenta (H14), 4mm long; anthers brown; I -IV(V); foliage: mid to dark green; young growth cream; habit: vigorous plant, spreading to 0.6m, to 0.4m tall, after 10 years (not pruned). Similar to Kramers Rote but with brighter flowers and cream new growth.

Origins: Seedling (EES 77-1) raised in 1977 and selected in 1979 by Barry Sellers from among seedlings of Erica erigena ‘Superba’ that had been deliberately cross-pollinated;
pollen parent not recorded but probably Erica carnea ‘Myretoun Ruby’.

Named by Barry Sellers after his late father.

® E.2016:03  registered by Barry Sellers, Norbury, England.

‘Red Summersnow’

Magenta (H14) flowers, I–IV; dark bronze-green and white variegated foliage; height 30cm; spread 50cm.

A sport of ‘Kramers Rote’ but with variegated green and white foliage especially in early summer. Not as vigorous as its parent, but one of the true variegated heathers; applied for pbr in January 2002 to CPVO; A. J. de Jong, Klazienaveen, Netherlands.

Name derivation unknown

‘Torero’

Flowers mauve to heliotrope (H2 / H12) in spikes to 8cm long, corolla urn-shaped, to 7mm long, maximum width 5mm; calyx dark mauve, to 4mm long; anthers very dark red, fully emergent; II-IV; foliage dark green above, pale green below, to 9mm long, linear; habit upright; height to 45cm tall; spread 35cm after 5 years (not pruned). Differs from ‘Kramers Rote’, more upright habit and more “red”.

Deliberately raised seedling, cross made by Johannes van Leuven in February 2008; selected February 2010; EU-Sortenschutz SR-2 (Torero).

Named after a bullfighter. registered on 6th April 2015 by Johannes van Leuven, Geldern, Germany.

® E.2015:02. registered on 6th April 2015 by Johannes van Leuven, Geldern, Germany.

‘Rubina’

Flowers, corolla and sepals magenta (H14 RHS 68A); XI-IV; foliage dark green; height 25cm; spread 25cm after 3 years.

Seedling raised by Kurt Kramer in 2006.

® E.2009:01 registered on 11 March 2009 by Kurt Kramer, Edewecht, Germany.

Name derivation unknown.

‘Winter Treasure’

Corolla pink; sepals red-brown, buds dark and flowers clear pink; XI-V; foliage dark green; habit loose, upright.

Selected seedling from the deliberate crossing in 1999 of Erica carneaTreasure Trove‘ x Erica erigenaIrish Dusk‘; made, selected and named by David Wilson.

® E.2008:09 registered on 29 November 2008 by Wilson’s Nursery Ltd, Chilliwack, British Columbia, Canada.

Named from flowering time; one of the parents was Erica carnea ‘Treasure Trove‘.

‘Pretty Polly’

Flowers single, 10mm x 5mm; corolla lilac pink (Hll), calyx heliotrope (H12); XII-V; foliage very dark green with red tips in spring; habit neat, low, spreading mound; height 25mm; spread 50mm.

Sport on ‘W. G. Pine‘, found in 1997 by Ken Hutchins at Oregon Rhododendrons, Corvalis, USA.

® E.2008:02 registered on 24 January 2008 by K. Hutchins, Mossyrock, WA, USA.

Named from a play on the word polyploid (having a chromosone number more than double the basic or haploid number); “probably a tertraploid but not tested”.

‘Stieneke’

Corolla red wine (H 14); I-IV; foliage bright yellow in summer, orange-yellow to orange in Winter ; habit” wide spreading.

Sport from Kramer’s Rote‘, found by H. Haalboom Sr. in 1997 at Nursery Fa. W. Haalboom and Zn, Driebergen. Registered on 17 September 2006 by Fa. W. Haalboom en Zn, Driebergen, Netherlands.

Named after the wife of the founder H. Haalboom sr, Stieneke Haalboom-Chardon.