‘Rosalind, Underwood’s’

Lavender (H3) flowers, IX–X; yellow-green foliage in summer, with yellow shoot-tips in autumn, winter, and spring; height 26–30cm; spread 46–60cm. Outstanding.

Introduced by G. Underwood (Hookstone Green Nursery, West End, Woking, Surrey, England) by 1948 as Erica vulgaris ‘Rosalind’.

Rosalind has not been identified; later the name of the nursery where it was found was added.