‘Celtic Snow’

Flowers white, in one-sided racemes to 3.5cm long, pedicels light green; VII-X; new foliage light green throughout the year, mature foliage mid-green throughout the year; habit prostrate spreading; height 7cm; spread 45cm; stems light green, hoary ageing to brown, glabrous.

Wild-collected; found by David McLaughlin (Omagh, Co. Tyrone, Northern Ireland) on The Sky Road, Clifden, Connemara, County Galway, Ireland, in August 1991; named and introduced by David McLaughlin. Registered 14 September 1998: D. McLaughlin, 51 Glenpark Road, Omagh, County Tyrone BT79 7SS, Northern Ireland.

The names of David McLaughlin’s Daboecia selections all start with the word Celtic; snow refers to the flower colour.