‘Miss Waterer’

Deep shell-pink (H16) flowers, VIII–IX; mid-green foliage; height 31–45cm; spread 46–60cm.

Wild-collected; found on The Lizard, Cornwall, England, by Miss M. B. G. Waterer (Eden Valley, Ludgvan, Cornwall) about 1917; introduced by Slieve Donard Nursery (Newcastle, County Down, Northern Ireland) about 1934.

Named after the finder, Martha Betha Gertrude Waterer (1822-1974; Yearbook of The Heather Society 3 (3): 46-53 (1985)).