Red Mountain-heather, Red Mountain Heather, Pink Mountain-heath: Phyllodoce empetriformis (Synonym: Menzesia empetriformis)

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Phyllodoce empetriformis Pink Mountainheath - Wikipedia

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Norway. Bergheide, Phyllodoce caerulea

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Dwarf Lily of the Valley Shrub X Phylliopsis ‘Sugarplum’ – Another Starling bigeneric hybrid (Kalmiopsis leachiana x Phyllodoce caerulea). Sugary plum-pink, globe-shaped flowers are born against evergreen small linear foliage in spring & sometimes again in fall. Mounding habit eventually growing 1-2′(.3-.6m) high x 2′(.6m) wide. Requires excellent drainage and full sun. Dislikes drought and high temperatures. Zone 6.

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Phyllodoce nipponica

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Blue mountainheath (Phyllodoce caerulea). Pallas-Yllästunturi National Park, Lapland of Finland. - Tunturikurjenkanerva. Photo: Metsähallitus/Seija Olkkonen

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Flowering Shrubs | Flowering Shrubs and Trees Mountain Heather Phyllodoce photo ...

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Blue mountainheath (Phyllodoce caerulea). Pallas-Yllästunturi National Park, Lapland of Finland. - Tunturikurjenkanerva. Photo: Ave / Luontoon.fi

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Yellow Mountain Heath; Phyllodoce glanduliflora

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Yellow Heather / Phyllodoce glanduliflora by annkelliott, via Flickr

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