Other Names, Group: Common Heather,
German: Besenheide
Mature Height: 0.35 m
Deciduous: evergreen plant
Bloom in: VIIVIII
Flower Colour: red
Soil Preferred:: poor, acid, sand,
Light Required:: full sun
Other Attributes: evergreen shrub, underspread form, imbricate leaves, type of inflorescence - raceme, container plant, ground cover, moory plant,

Calluna vulgaris 'Barbara Fleur'

Heather

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Calluna vulgaris 'Barbara Fleur'  Heather plant

Calluna vulgaris 'Barbara Fleur'

Heather

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Calluna vulgaris  'Barbara Fleur'  Heather plant

Calluna vulgaris 'Barbara Fleur'

Heather

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Calluna vulgaris   'Barbara Fleur'  Heather plant

Calluna vulgaris 'Barbara Fleur'

Heather

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Calluna vulgaris    'Barbara Fleur'  Heather plant

Calluna vulgaris 'Barbara Fleur'

Heather

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Calluna vulgaris     'Barbara Fleur'  Heather plant

Plants of Genus Calluna:

Photo Gallery DF: Calluna vulgaris Barbara Fleur, Heather, Calluna, heather

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Vřes obecný 'Alba plena' (Calluna vulgaris)
Vřes obecný 'Alba plena' (Calluna vulgaris)
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Vřes obecný 'Winter Chocolate' (Calluna vulgaris)
Vřes obecný 'Winter Chocolate' (Calluna vulgaris)
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Vřes obecný 'Herbstfeuer' (Calluna vulgaris)
Vřes obecný 'Herbstfeuer' (Calluna vulgaris)
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Vřes obecný 'Firefly' (Calluna vulgaris)
Vřes obecný 'Firefly' (Calluna vulgaris)
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Vřes obecný (Calluna vulgaris)
Vřes obecný (Calluna vulgaris)
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Vřes obecný 'Devon' (Calluna vulgaris)
Vřes obecný 'Devon' (Calluna vulgaris)
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Vřes obecný - Alba praecox (Calluna vulgaris)
Vřes obecný - Alba praecox (Calluna vulgaris)
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Vřes obecný 'Red Favorit' (Calluna vulgaris)
Vřes obecný 'Red Favorit' (Calluna vulgaris)

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Amazon / TouchWood Editions: All the Dirt Reflections on Organic Farming (Rachel Fisher) (Heather Stretch) (Robin Tunnicliffe) All the Dirt Reflections on Organic Farming (Rachel Fisher) (Heather Stretch) (Robin Tunnicliffe)

Finalist for the 2012 City of Victoria Butler Book Prize New farmers, experienced growers, budding environmentalists, and fans of natural, organic produce alike are sure to love All the Dirt. Filled with beautiful photographs and covering a wide variety of topics, from agrofuels and food sovereignty to practical tips about specific tools, All the Dirt is the must-read how-to book about small-scale organic farming. But beyond the practical applications, it is also the inspiring story of three friends who followed their dreams and became successful business partners. Authors Rachel Fisher, Heather Stretch, and Robin Tunnicliffe, co-owners of Saanich Organics, a farmer-run local food distributor, share entertaining stories of three farmers lives, while also providing practical information about how to start a farm. They relate their personal and collective experiences as women, mothers, and farmers through anecdotes, and discuss the compelling reasons why Canada needs more organic farmers. ...

Price: 21.51 $
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Amazon / Heather E Ogilvie: The Compatible Gardener Herbaceous Plants for Sandy Soil Arranged by Growing Conditions (Heather E. Ogilvie) The Compatible Gardener Herbaceous Plants for Sandy Soil Arranged by Growing Conditions (Heather E. Ogilvie)

This book is inspired by many requests from both friends and clients They wanted a list of plants that would grow in their gardens All the reader needs to do is open this book to the section that matches the light level found in their yard Further subdivisions allow the reader to choose a plant for the front middle or back of the garden The photographs in this book were all taken by the author either in the Central Experimental Farm in Ottawa or in her own garden or in the gardens of her friends and neighbors ...

Price: 21.62 $
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Amazon / University Of Chicago Press: Pollination Power (Heather Angel) Pollination Power (Heather Angel)

From the wings of moths to the feet of hoverflies and the head feathers of nectar-seeking birds, the process of pollination is a natural marvel. How do the many annuals and perennials and shrubs and trees that populate the globe manage to lure the aid of bees and butterflies and other creatures at exactly the appropriate time? Pollination Power offers a unique, truly bird’s-eye view of the wonders of pollination at work. In stunning full-color images, employing the latest photographic techniques, esteemed photographer Heather Angel has captures the intimate interactions of plants with their floral pollinators. The plants come not only from Angel’s Surrey backyard and the Royal Botanic Garden at Kew, but from twenty countries where Angel has travelled—from the rich floral kingdoms of the Cape of South Africa to the diversity of China and the Americas. The photos illustrate the varied techniques that flowers use to communicate with their pollinators. Some, for example, change color ...

Price: 27.09 $
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