Ericaceae – a family of plants with a common ancestor: heather

Ericaceae plants evolved across the world on harsh, acidic soil. This makes them very resilient when they’re planted in such conditions!

Azalea japonica, the Japanese azalea

Azalea japonica is a small heath shrub that provides evergreen, bushy growth. Its main appeal, however, is the massive blooming: beautiful flowers ranging from pink to red, purple and white.
Bright pink blossoms cover an Azalea japonica with a few bright green leaves.

Azalea, caring for it well

Azalea shrubs are enchanting straight from the first day of spring, whether your azaleas are indoors or outside.
Pink azalea bush

Erica carnea, the Snow heather

Spreading out to form wonderful carpets of color at the heart of winter, Erica carnea can beat bad weather to the point of sprouting through a blanket of snow. A choreography of white, pink and purple bells swells up from beneath the monotonous white winter mantle. Is this not proof that this small, hardy shrub […]
Erica carnea, the snow heather

Andromeda, a 4-seasons shrub

Andromeda is a shrub that stays beautiful from spring to winter thanks to abundant blooming in spring and changing flamboyant hues for the leafage during the rest of the year.
Andromeda is a type of shrub. As a plant, it is magnificent in all seasons
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