‘Rosalind, Crastock Heath’

Pale lavender (H3) flowers, VIII–IX; green-yellow foliage with an occasional red shoot; loose open habit; height 31–45cm; spread 46–60cm. Not as good as ‘Rosalind, Underwood’s‘.

Found by Mrs A. M. Wye (Crastock Heath, Woking, Surrey, England); introduced as C. vulgaris ‘Rosalind’ by Crastock Heath Nurseries in 1961.

Named originally, perhaps, after Mrs Wye; later the name of the place where it was found was added.