Heathers 14: 2017

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Dartford warbler (Sylvia undata) perched among bell heather (Erica cinerea), Arne RSPB reserve, Dorset, July (© Ben Hall).


  • Calluna vulgaris bud-flowering (Knospenblüher) clones
  • D. EVERETT : Bulletin – the first fifty years
  • K. INMAN : Growing double-flowered heathers
  • K. KRAMER : Development of heather production in Germany, particularly Calluna vulgaris: from wild heather to a commercial ornamental plant 15
  • D. MACKAY : The use of heathers in Scottish clan badges
  • H. FUNK : Calluna vulgaris in German Holzbibliotheken (“wood libraries”) from the turn of the nineteenth century
  • E. M. WULFF : The naturalized heathers of Newfoundland
  • M. HALL : “Best of Both Worlds” – my garden design
  • H. FUNK : Heather honey and white-blossomed Calluna in Hieronymus Bock’s herbal (1546)
  • L. JUDSON : The Peace Garden at the Muslim Burial Ground in Woking, Surrey E. Scott Perth heather collections with a difference
  • M. H. HANCOCK : Heather primacy disrupted: fire, cattle and extreme weather in an ancient Caledonian pinewood
  • Proceedings of the Heather Society 2016
  • Awards of Honour
  • 45th Heather Society Gathering 9–12 September 2016
  • Recent publication
  • Supplement XVII (2017) to International register of heather names. (Click here for PDF)