‘Kevernensis Alba’

White flowers, VIII–X, in a compact spike; bright green foliage; height 21–25cm; spread 31–45cm. The russet-coloured dead flowers low down on the spike are not so noticeable as in other white-blossomed Cornish heaths.

Wild-collected; found by P. D. Williams (St Keverne, Cornwall) on The Lizard, Cornwall, England; introduced by 1927.

Named from St Keverne, Cornwall; albus = white.