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Calluna vulgaris ‘Firefly’
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Calluna vulgaris Firefly

<i>Calluna vulgaris</i> ‘Firefly’

Calluna

Heather

Callunas’ tiny scale-like leaves range from deep green to silver, gold and bronze, with some changing color after a frost. Flowering from mid-to-late summer in cool whites, pinks and purples, the small bell-shaped flowers are frozen in graceful repose on one-sided spikes. Heathers are marvelous fresh or dried.

Calluna vulgaris ‘Firefly’ full sun  partial shade

Celebrating some of the most vibrant brick red foliage among the species, ‘Firefly’ never fails to snap us out of a gray winter-day funk. Sensational warm shades ranging from salmon to terra-cotta suffuse the leaves the rest of the year, while deep mauve flowers festoon its upright compact frame in late summer. A recipient of Britain’s sought-after AGM, this vividly colored Heather merits a choice niche in your garden.

Blooms August–September.

Size: 18"–20" high wide; hardy to zone 4.

Calluna vulgaris ‘Firefly’ (S-0653)
Each $8.25
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AVAILABLE JANUARY 2016



       


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