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Cassiope lycopodioides 'Beatrice Lilley'

This a genus of heather-like plants, from northern hemisphere moors. They are distinguished by the stems closely packed with tiny, adpressed leaves, and mases of pretty little white, hanging bell flowers. They like a combination of sunshine and moisture to grow and flower well.

Cassiope lycopodioides 'Beatrice Lilley' is a variety that is favoured because it flowers so well. The species has very slender stems of leaves.

Quantity 9 cm pot
Width 25cm
Height 15cm
Family Ericaceae
Flowering Spring
Habitat detail open but partly shaded places
Garden habitat Part shade
Soil acidic, well drained soil
Plant category Alpine
Height range 6 - 20 cm


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